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Energy Information System (EIS)
Syn: “Energy Management Information System”

The role of an Energy Information System is to provide the right information, at the right time, on the right device (screen, smartphone, etc.) and to the right people, so that they can then analyse it, make a decision, take action and review the outcomes.

 

1. What you stand to gain

2. What an EIS comprises

3. Free guide

 

 

1. Energy information system: What you stand to gain

For industrial companies, an Energy Information System is an invaluable tool for finding out exactly how the company uses energy – an essential prerequisite for then finding ways to save energy. The data log can be used to identify and replicate operational best practices, set efficiency targets, analyse poor performances and estimate the impact of energy efficiency projects on future consumption levels.

 

2. What an EIS comprises

An Energy Information System is made up of measuring instruments, recording and logging equipment, and tools to calculate and display data.

Also known as an Energy Performance Indicators measuring system”, it means purchasing measuring devices, and buying or leasing energy management software. An EIS supplies industry-specific information to operational staff (operations, maintenance, etc.), energy managers and managers in charge of continuous improvement, energy procurement and so on.

 

3. Free guide

Are you a manager in the industrial sector interested in acquiring an Energy Information System? Download our free guide, “Industry 4.0: how to optimise your energy consumption”, for comprehensive advice on getting your system up and running.