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10 – 40% savings on energy costs with demand software

cooling system, business, internet of things, big data, connected cities, renewables, greenhouse gas, electricity, demand, design, software, smart meters

Real time energy prices during the day Flexible programming of smart devices results in the maximum benefit of variable energy prices.

By responding to the varying energy prices, Senfal optimizes the purchase of energy for companies. The company claims to realize the savings between 10 and 40%. 

The current energy demands, offers great opportunities for a sustainable and economic optimization.

Flexible programming of smart devices results in the maximum benefit of variable energy prices.

Flexible pricing

Until now, the prices of electricity, have been fixed. However, on the wholesale market, price varies continuously, partly caused by renewable sources such as wind and sun. Senfal has developed smart software to realize savings on electricity costs by tracking energy consumptions, and controls the energy demand based on the actual price on the energy market. The software allows systems to switch at the cheapest parts of the day or night.

Benefit price fluctuations

Business cooling systems are huge energy consumers, but their buffering capacity offers opportunities to cut costs.

By establishing a connection with the management software of devices, the Senfal software knows when a device is allowed to start and the bandwidth herein. The algorithms compare the data with the predictions in order to make the best schedule for the control of the devices. If the situation changes – an open door of a freezer – the software will make a new prediction and a new schedule.

Senfal distinguishes itself by sending different capabilities from a central system, in relation to the current price trend without disturbing the primary process nor the conditions of the products.

Most of the business devices were not designed with connectivity in mind. On the contrary, many were designed to make connectivity difficult in order to protect them from network-borne threats.

Now, builders and operators of large-scale systems want to take advantage of the efficiencies and economies that the Internet of Thing promises. This demand management saves costs and and figures out how to protect the devices.


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