Energy management advisor

  • 06-May-2009 04:44 EDT
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Paladin Live Real-Time Energy Management Advisor from EDSA Micro helps companies assess and reduce their energy costs. Created as an enhancement to the Paladin Live platform, companies will now have the ability to access their power infrastructure in a real-time, actionable setting and make changes accordingly to improve energy efficiency and productivity. The solution helps companies assess and reduce their energy costs in three principal ways: increasing energy efficiency by showing precisely where, when, and how energy is being consumed to assess where opportunities for energy savings may exist; improving facility reliability and productivity by enabling facility operators to understand the real-time “system health” of their power infrastructure to enact preventative measures; and enhancing profitability by enabling facility operators to fully understand the capacity and energy requirements of their present power system.
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