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An energy efficiency tool

Are you surprised you use so much energy? Do you wonder why your bill varies so much from month to month? Knowing how you consume is the first step to knowing how to save.

Feníe Energía offers you an advisory service on the consumption of your installation through the Sigue+e web platform.

Do you want to know more about the Monitoring service and the Sigue+e platform?

By keeping track of the generation of your installation, it is now possible to monitor special regime plants by means of telemetry or, if you wish to see in real time, by installing network analysers.

Once monitored, the software allows you to create alarms or alerts where you will be warned if the desired production is not reached.

The data entered on the platform is easy to interpret; if there are any doubts, our monitoring system experts will quickly clarify them for you.

Yes, the reports, as well as being sent to the e-mails programmed in the software, will be stored in a tree format in the Sigue+e monitoring software, which means that the client will always have access to them.

The monitoring contract is currently unlinked to the electricity contract. Anyone, whether or not they are a Feníe Energía electricity customer, can apply for a monitoring contract with us.

Yes, whether you have a remote management meter where the information travels via a power line (for power ratings below 15 kW), or a remote metering meter (power ratings above 15 kW) where the information is extracted from the meter with a call to the meter's router, it is possible to monitor these meters.

In addition, if you want to see this consumption in real time on a minute-by-minute basis, you can install different measurement equipment in the meter, whether optical readers, consumption monitors or network analysers).

It depends on the information to be obtained, by means of remote metering or remote management we do not have real time data, (today we would see yesterday's information and tomorrow today's) and it would not be necessary to install any additional equipment.

If you want to obtain minute-by-minute information in real time, you need to install additional equipment (consumption monitors or network analysers).

Another option is "sub-metering," where additional equipment always needs to be installed.

If you are an electricity customer, the service will be included in your electricity bill.

If you only have a monitoring contract, a dedicated invoice is issued on a month-to-month basis for the service.

By monitoring the service connection alone, the average saving is 10% of the total consumption.

By sub-metering (monitoring downstream supply and independent downstream circuits), the average savings are between 12% -15%.

It is important to mention that metering alone does not generate savings, but it provides the ability to visualise what is happening and allows us to safely undertake cost-saving measures that lead to direct financial savings.

The first thing is to monitor the installation. Once you have done this, the software will let you program the hours of inactivity, and by means of different graphs of residual consumption, it will tell you what you spend in energy and in euros during those hours. In addition, you will have other graphs where you can see the consumption, both in real time and hour by hour of the days you want.

ISO-50001 is a standard that guides us for energy efficiency management (standard created by AENOR).

This standard shows you by means of procedures how to be energy efficient in a company without changing the production and how to continuously improve and generate more savings.