Building Energy Management Systems

Save More, Control More, Do More

People today tend to invest in a specific range of electronic systems, such as lighting, heating, CCTV, intruder detection, server rooms and fire detection, to ensure the proper functionality of their business premises. To manage your premises in an effective and environmentally cost-efficient way, these systems can be integrated into a single interface control solution.

Owners and tenants of non-domestic buildings are under mounting pressure to cut their energy usage and carbon emissions as they face high running costs, so the first priority for those hard-pressed energy and facilities managers should be focusing on cutting cost through large energy savings which can be made quickly and easily. This will often mean looking no further than their building energy management system.

The principal role of a BEMS is to regulate and monitor heating, ventilation and air conditioning – lighting, work stations and data rooms too. It typically controls 60-80% of a building’s energy usage. By applying a range of control and monitoring routines – both simple and sophisticated – it is capable of operating the building services in strict accordance with demand, thereby avoiding unnecessary use of energy.