How Shopping Malls Can Benefit From Power Monitoring Systems
Between enhanced lighting in the retail stores, giant electrical displays, and space heating and cooling, shopping malls have a very high energy demand. With the cost of energy on the rise, no one can afford to be paying for power that isn’t used efficiently.
If you are a property owner or manager of a retail shopping center, decreasing your energy consumption is a great way to improve your bottom line and reduce your facility’s carbon footprint. The easiest way to get started saving energy is by implementing an energy tracking system from Electro Industries.
Here’s how our power monitoring systems can benefit malls and other large-scale shopping centers:
Increase awareness of energy consumption through submetering. Submeters, such as the Shark 200S, can not only track the overall energy consumption of your facility, but they can provide segmented data as well. See how much energy is being used to power your lights, HVAC system, signage, and more.
Identify areas where energy savings can be attained. Once you have a basic understanding of how your facility is using power, you can identify areas of inefficiency. Common weak areas include: common areas such as lobbies and bathrooms, food courts, HVAC systems, and tenants with high electric consumption.
Implement energy reduction programs and monitor progress. After identifying areas where savings can be attained, you can then design a power-saving program to reduce wasted energy. Once your program is fully implemented, you can keep using your energy management system to track your progress and continue to make improvements.
Interested in learning more about how an energy management system can help reduce the operating costs at your business? Talk to one of the trained associates at Electro Industries. With over 40 years of experience manufacturing the world’s best power monitoring equipment, we know just what you need to start saving money. Give us a call at 866-928-7908 to learn more, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.