The zenon Energy Data Management System already fulfills all of the necessary requirements for comprehensive energy management. The system can be simply integrated into existing infrastructures and can centrally read, gather and also process large amounts of data from various sources if required. It is possible to merge historical data and real time data from heterogeneous infrastructures or distributed production sites.
Graphically appealing reports such as Historian trend, archive aggregation, trend per equipment group, cost distribution per variable or duration curve for equipment groups, show important energy performance indicators and keep the necessary overview. People in different positions – from top management to plant managers, right to machine operators or those in charge of maintenance – can access current analyses at any time.
The zenon Energy Data Management System also conforms to the defined requirements of the TÜV SÜD “Certified Energy Data Management” standard. The software thereby fulfills important criteria for the international energy standard ISO 50001 and enables the end user to gain a certification.
COPA-DATA CEO, Thomas Punzenberger, on the importance of this certification: “Governments in Europe and USA have worked intensively on national energy management programs in recent years in order to put companies under increasing pressure to optimize their energy management. Most of these programs include clearly defined requirements for ISO 50001. In many countries the appropriate measures and actions are rewarded with tax renumeration. Yet if companies neglect the obligation to report or the defined criteria or if they do not undertake regular audits they might expect to pay fines. Most programs will already take effect this year. We wanted the zenon Energy Data Management System to place us a step ahead and let us provide companies with the necessary tools for energy management in due time.”
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