Hello and welcome to Millennial Net’s energy management blog! Since 2001 we have been providing state of the art wireless energy management solutions for easy retrofit in commercial, industrial and public buildings. Our solutions help manage peak demands and deliver dramatic savings in energy and costs. Regardless of the age of your building, simply replacing the control layer (thermostats, switches, etc.) with our smart wireless devices, will gain you full visibility into how and when energy is being used, and especially where it is being wasted. Millennial Net’s energy management solution will also enable you to have full control over operational schedules, zone temperatures and local controls.
At Millennial Net, we know the ins and outs of two things very well – seamless and non-invasive wireless communication between any sensing devices and how to apply that technology to achieve significant energy waste reduction in your facilities. The latest developments in wireless energy management technologies and the ways they can be used to benefit virtually any building, with or without centralized controls, is exactly what we are going to focus on in this blog.
Energy savings and cost control begins with monitoring. If you cannot monitor something, you cannot control it. There are a vast number of wireless energy management technologies that can benefit any HVAC architecture, i.e., pneumatic controls and manual electric or high voltage thermostats. Any of these and others can be monitored and controlled wirelessly, but not all are created equal. Navigating through the options can be confusing and time consuming. Whether you are a facilities manager, building automation engineer, energy consultant or simply concerned with the way energy is being used in your workplace, through discussing the many energy management options we will strive to help you make sense out of all of it and assist you in making an educated decision for your facility’s needs.
This energy management blog will cover topics from the latest developments in wireless controls for pneumatic and electric thermostats, energy sub-metering and bench-marking to the importance of centralized controls or even a simple room by room energy policy. Any such discussion is welcome, so please bookmark our blog, visit us often and do not forget to leave your comments!
The Millennial Net Team