Nowadays, complying with the measures for energy savings is based on energy certification and the implementation of corrective measures to reduce energy consumption. However, there are not any automatic standard systems capable of controlling and monitoring energy flows in order to perform continuous monitoring while also offering the possibility of analysing the flow and energy consumption during the whole energy cycle in any installation.

For this reason, ISFOC has developed a “Control, Monitoring, and Management System,” consisting of computer hardware and software as well as sensors and measurement devices that enable the automatic analysis of the energy requirements and the corrective measurement evaluation as a whole. Using this software, users will be able to analyse and reduce energy consumption in different locations with little economic outlay.

With this new system, both the collection and data acquisition process and the information analysis and evaluation are sped up, improving the services provided by ISFOC. This system gives ISFOC a competitive advantage over other companies by offering higher quality in its energy management reports and meeting the demands, which are currently highly requested by numerous customers: “continuous monitoring of consumption with the aim of reducing it with little economic outlay.” Furthermore, the system is applicable and can be transferred to any industry sector and/or institutional building.

This software for energy management, called “WEBENER,” permits the continuous monitoring of electricity, water, and fuel consumption of government buildings or private entities (households, offices, factories…) where the software is installed. 

The new application automatically collects the data from the different energy meters installed in the locations and stores them in a centralized database, allowing the users with a Web application to analyse and control the energy consumed and, consequently, study and reduce the consumption, identifying anomalies or unnecessary consumption. Thus, users have the possibility to improve the energy performance of buildings with the resulting energy savings, with little economic outlay.