Energy Management Software (EMS) is a general term and class referring to an assortment of energy-related software applications which may tracks bills, continuous metering, building HVAC and lighting control systems, building simulation and modeling, carbon detailing, IT hardware management, request reaction, and additionally energy reviews. Overseeing energy can require an arrangement of systematic approach.
Energy management software regularly gives tools to decreasing energy expenses and utilization for structures or groups. EMS gathers energy information and utilize it for three principle purposes: Reporting, Monitoring and Engagement. Reporting may incorporate confirmation of energy information, benchmarking, and setting high-level state energy utilize reduction targets. Observing may incorporate pattern examination and following energy utilization to distinguish cost-sparing open doors. Engagement can mean continuous responses (automated or manual), or the start of a discourse amongst occupants and building managers to advance energy conservation. One engagement strategy that has as of late picked up fame is the constant energy utilization display accessible in web applications or onsite energy dashboard/display.