01 de Junio de 2015
MyEnergyMap gives the workshop “Intelligent Energy Management: Innovative Energy Management Tools”.
MyEnergyMap has given the training workshop “Intelligent Energy Management: Innovative tools for energy management” organized by the Chamber of Commerce of Valencia within the STEEEP European project.
On May 26, 2015, MyEnergyMap gave the first training workshop on energy efficiency organized by the Chamber of Commerce of Valencia within the European project STEEEP.
In this workshop, MyEnergyMap analyzed the importance of a correct energy management to improve productivity and save costs in any company. Emphasis was placed on current energy efficiency standards, notably ISO 50001 on energy management and the European Directive 27/2012 / EU, which obliges many companies to have a certified management system and a system for monitoring their energy consumption.
The workshop was attended by representatives of the 24 companies participating in the Valencian Community and belonging to a wide variety of sectors, mainly industrial.
The objective of the workshop is to train companies to be able to implement different energy saving measures during the 3-year duration of the project and to evaluate the results obtained through the MyEnergyMap monitoring tool.
In the first part of the workshop, MyEnergyMap explained in detail the architecture of the monitoring systems, the commercial equipment available in the market as well as the steps for the implantation of this type of systems in any company.
It was verified the importance of having energy management platforms that allow to collect data of consumption and production in real time and to verify the obtained results. Among them, the MyEnergyMap own platform was presented, recognized by many national and European organizations.
There were several success stories where MyEnergyMap is currently working, the non-investment savings measures put in place and the results obtained.
In the second part of the workshop, MyEnergyMap analyzed the different installations (lighting, air conditioning, compressed air, etc.) and presented solutions to avoid unwanted consumption. Finally, the issue of the electric bill was approached in terms of the tariffs contracted by each company, explaining in detail the pricing form of each one of them and proposing solutions to minimize these fixed expenses.