ENMAT is Envantage Ltd’s flagship Monitoring and Targeting Software. We are based in Manchester providing UK customers with the ideal solution for energy monitoring & targeting needs.
Envantage, based in Manchester, offer a bespoke Monitoring and Targeting (M&T) service to enable organisations to save energy and cut costs. The use of our powerful platform means that we can deliver a comprehensive solution and we are able to make it completely bespoke to satisfy your unique requirements.
Manchester based Energy Monitoring and Targeting Software systems
Aimed at industrial/commercial SMEs and multi-site retailers, the Envantage M&T service utilises the latest in metering and monitoring technology, to obtain a full picture of your energy usage across single or multiple sites. Combining this with a detailed understanding of your energy needs, our energy management consultants are able to identify opportunities for consumption reduction, and quantify savings already achieved.
Envantage eliminate the need for expensive in-house expertise and resources, and we will provide a dedicated Envantage consultant with knowledge of your specific business energy needs. We will supply a fully hosted M&T system to collate the relevant consumption data, and then present this data in a bespoke format that is useful to maximise potential energy savings for your organisation.
Energy monitoring and targeting (M & T) is an energy efficiency technique based on the standard management axiom stating that “you cannot manage what you cannot measure”. M&T techniques provide Energy Managers with feedback on operating practices, results of energy management projects, and guidance on the level of energy use that is expected in a certain period. Importantly, they also give early warning of unexpected excess consumption caused by malfunctions, operator error, unwanted user behaviours, maintenance errors and the like.
The foundation of M&T lies in determining the normal relationships of energy consumptions to relevant driving factors (production thoughputs, weather, available daylight, etc.) and the goal is to help business managers:
- Identify and explain excessive energy use
- Detect instances when consumption is unexpectedly lower than would usually have been the case
- Draw energy consumption trends (weekly, seasonal, operational…)
- Determine future energy use when planning changes in the business
- Diagnose specific areas of wasted energy
- Observe how the business reacted to changes in the past
- Develop performance targets for energy management programs
- Manage their energy consumption, rather than accept it as a fixed cost that they have no control over.