Once your organization has made the investment in an energy management system (EMS), it is your job as a senior-level executive to ensure that the system is managed in a way that maximizes your company’s return on its investment. From the moment your system is installed, its management, maintenance, and efficiency become inseparably linked.
One of the primary objectives of an EMS is to reduce costs through improved operational and energy efficiency. To achieve that objective, you must invest the time and resources necessary to ensure your EMS is performing properly. This guide will share best practices and recommendations for the optimization of EMS performance and proven suggestions that extend its overall life and value to your organization. We will address the most common reasons for EMS system failure, and we will make recommendations for the resolution of these issues through a properly executed System Management Program.