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Usually, energy measurements cover the OVERALL CONSUMPTION of electricity, gas, calories, CO2, etc. That’s a good start. However, sooner or later questions on the consumption trend might be raised. In other words: which major consumers make the whole? Is a building used by more than one company or tenant, and who of them consumes what? And – even more important: who pays the bill?

In suchlike cases, additional partial measurements (sub-measuring) are required. These measurements are processed in relation to the overall consumption, which directly reveals any kind of impact. In order to achieve this, we also factor in “virtual” measuring points, e.g. for shared components.

The result is not only a fair allocation of consumed energy and insight on the consumption. The individual measurement of consumed energy will also cause final consumers (tenants, production departments,…) to act with more awareness on energy consumption.

Gaining insight on who consumes what might result in lower maximum power. However, it might additionally lead to energy savings being practically achieved in real life. For instance, a certain latent consumption at night or on the weekends might be revealed – but the sub-measurements will show that it results from (un)necessary lighting, leaking compressed air, pumps that have been forgotten to be switched off etc. In such cases, minor actions taken may lead to major savings.