Time to get smart on energy use
Can smart energy systems save costs as well as the environment? Maria Delaney looks at Irish products that are changing the way businesses consume energy
Despite the current focus on environmental issues across political and business sectors, less than half of businesses in Ireland actively monitor and adjust their energy usage.
This is according to research by Pinenergy earlier this year. One way in which businesses are improving their environmental impact is through the growing market of smart energy.
Sensors in smart systems can monitor important parameters including temperature, electricity usage and water flow. These sensors send data to databases...
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