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Device Level Energy Management Technology
Yaniv Vardi, CEO
Agenda
• What is Device Level Energy Management Technology?
• The Value of Granular Data Analysis
• Benchmarking Sites and Systems
• Continuous Improvement and Operational Excellence
• Summary: Manage energy costs and improve operational efficiencies
• Q&A
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A new approach to energy management
Find The Similarities
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Corporate Awareness
Almost every aspect of the business is closely
measured, tracked and reported
KPIs
BPM
QMS
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ERP
Goals
Metrics
ROI
Reports
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Energy Awareness
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Visibility into energy costs
Monthly bills contain minimal use information, and are
"rear views" into consumption, as they are received 30-60
days after the energy is used.
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The importance of energy visibility
You need accurate, timely, load-specific data to make the best
decision for your organization
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The challenge of real estate portfolio management
Maintenance
operations
Energy cost
Multiple geographically dispersed locations
Multiple sites per location
Multiple tenants per site
Multiple appliances per tenant to manage
Capex
This happens every day in your sites
Unscheduled, emergency maintenance
This happens every day in your sites
Heating and A/C on at the same time
This happens every day in your sites
BAS says “lights are off”, really?
This happens every day in your sites
Which tenant used how much when?
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This happens every day in your sites
Is demand charge optimized?
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This happens every day in your sites
Did the retrofit really deliver ROI?
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This happens every day in your sites
Start/stop times not correctly set
The traditional way of monitoring won’t help you
ONE
METER
PER SITE
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MONTHLY
$ CHARGE
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BAS systems are not granular enough
I need to take my BMS
down to the device level?
That is expensive!
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You need to go down to the device level…
That sounds like a big
hardware investment,
doesn’t it?
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…and be able to analyze all that data in real time
I would need to hire a
full time analyst,
wouldn’t I?
Device level monitoring is the game changer
I have to bear the cost of a
BMS at the device level
That sounds like a big
hardware investment
I would need to hire a
full time analyst
Device level technology: Benefits
COST
SAVINGS
ENVIRONMENTAL
SUSTAINABILITY
OPTIMIZING ENERGY EFFICIENCY
OPTIMIZING OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY
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Device level technology
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Unique sensor technology: “set and forget”
Tiny
Wireless
Self-powered
No service required
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Smart analytics and benchmarking software
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Real-time, role-based alerts
Heating+A/C
both on!
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Flickr/Brunauto
Spotting unusual appliance behavior instantly
Lights on at night
Heating AND cooling
Breakdown heads up
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!
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Real-time alerts about abnormal energy consumption,
potential air leaks, incorrect compressor cycling
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Benchmarking to improve efficiency
Your site
Versus your other sites
Versus industry best practice
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Example: benchmarking among own sites
Distribution of power consumption, %
Target: 8%
Off hours
Open hours
23 sites
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At a fraction of the cost of a full BAS system
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Best practices
Best Practices
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Operational
• Monitor and drive user behavior changes
• Prevent equipment performance drift
• Get alert when an asset needs to be maintained or tuned
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Energy
• Real-time energy waste alerts
• Lower peak demand
• Ensure proper operation of BMS or manual operation
by personnel
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Maintenance
• Alerts in-advance failure detection
• Monitor technicians’ corrective actions
• Compare efficiency of systems and prioritize
maintenance visits
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Best Practices – Example
In advance failure detection and energy waste in critical equipment
Real time
device level
monitoring
Automatically
generated
anomaly
alerts
Maintenance
scheduled
● Example: Refrigeration system
compressor failure
─ Over consumption alert revealed x3
increase in daily consumption
─ Data drill down revealed non-cycling
compressor
─ Fixed a broken thermostat contactor
─ Saving is $5K/year in energy and $14K in
maintenance
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Confidential Information
Verify impact
and ROI
Case study: global fashion retailer
PROFILE
IMPACT
350 sites world-wide
Energy efficiency:
7-15% savings
Pilot in 20 sites
Total savings potential
$130k / year
Global sustainability
requirements reached
ROI in less than
9 months
Flickr/thinkretail
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