Increase Energy Efficiency With green.screen
Discover New Opportunities for Data-Based Value Creation
Making More out of Data with Energy Data Management
Only what is measured and quantified can be improved sustainably. For companies that want to increase their energy efficiency and reduce specific energy consumption, live data collection and analysis are the core of the solution. This allows energy guzzlers to be uncovered, load peaks to be cut, consumption trends to be tracked, comparisons to be made, costs to be allocated, and so on. The energy efficiency module in green.screen from Arvato Systems makes all this possible. Profound energy data management is a supporting pillar of strategic sustainability management in operations. After all, energy that is not consumed reduces the carbon footprint.
The energy efficiency module in green.screen can flexibly collect energy consumption data
- flexibly collect energy consumption data from a wide range of measuring devices, sensors, sources and processes
- map it completely
- store it for the long term
- evaluate and visualize data in detail
- process and structure data according to individual requirements
- make available for subsequent processes
The Advantages Are
In short: If you have energy data under control, you can increase energy efficiency throughout your entire company in a targeted and sustainable manner. Intelligent energy data management with green.screen thus makes a significant contribution to your business success. You benefit from the improved added value, can also manage your company in the energy sector based on key figures, and expand your room for maneuver, e.g., when making investments.
Arvato Systems recognized as Leader in "Sustainability and ESG Services"
ISG, one of the leading market research and consulting companies in the IT environment, has recognized Arvato Systems and its green.screen solution as a leader in the field of "Sustainability and ESG Services". Another seal of approval for our high-quality product and service offering. Download the study free of charge via the following link!