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Energy efficiency in the private sector

Energy efficiency in the private sector

Normally, lighting installations in both public and private sector have great saving potential. The energy consumption is usually quite high due to the lighting models or because of the age of facilities. This results in poor use of the lighting energy, poor energy efficiency and generates high illumination pollution levels. This is why it is convenient to carry out regular checks on illumination facilities in order to reduce  consumption, cost and improve maintenance. 

There are several solutions for reaching these objectives. On one hand, we can modify all the physical elements that compose lighting installations: lamps, switching on/off systems, flux regulators, luminaires etc. in order to substitute the eldest and least efficient equipment with modern and optimized equipment that helps to make the most of the energy resources and reduce pollution. 

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What happen with energy efficiency within the private sector?

In the private sector, both in transport, construction and industry, correct management of lighting installations can mean an energy saving of up to 20%. Thanks to Suiphos, you can have real time control by time zones, areas and personal reports that help to implement actions to control spend and optimise the use of the energy resources. . 

In the industrial sector, governments try to encourage activities to reduce the energy consumption and Dioxide emissions. Suiphos can develop cost saving and efficiency projects for the industrial sector by personalising consumption alerts, cost assignation or real-time control of the production line.  

Another private sector where Suiphos could be a great help to achieve better energy efficiency is in construction. Being able to divide the consumption between different time zones, common areas or passive consumption helps to be able to create a control plan to measure spend in order to optimise the resources and reduce the costs up to a 20%.

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