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Innogy monitors electricity usage

Opr./edited AZ 01 October 2018
POLAND Innogy Polska has created an monitoring system called Bit.B, which can identify the devices that consume the most electricity in a building.

“Many appliances including lighting and air conditioning units remain switched on after a shopping centre has closed. This means electricity continues to be consumed after working hours, which can significantly add to the final bill. By installing the Bit.B meter this type of wastage can be considerably reduced generating savings that will allow for rental costs of offices or stores to be considerably reduced. The system can also be used to maintain humidity and temperature levels, which affects the comfort of both users and customers,” claims the company. The Innogy system also allows for temperature and air conditioning to be controlled remotely.

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