At this point, you've worked through the planning, engineering, purchasing and physical installation of your metering hardware and infrastructure. It is tempting at this stage to think that we're done with the hard parts. Simply add a dashboard and coast across the finish line; right? Well, not quite!
7 Steps to a Successful Energy Monitoring System: Part III
For those who love to get their hands dirty and who only feel content when they’re physically building something, we are now ready to start on the fun part.
Case Study: Dixie State University
We recently finished Programming and Commissioning the fourth phase of Dixie State Universities metering infrastructure. Summa Energy Solutions has been involved with DSU since the of the first phase went out to bid. We were first introduced to DSU through a mutual partner of Summa's when we had heard that DSU was interested in having their metering projects designed. For the first phase they had tried to use their traditional means of design and engineering but quickly found out about some of the issues that arise.
Did You Know? Summa Offers Design and Engineering Services.
Did you know that one of the things that sets Summa Energy Solutions apart from their competition is their Design and Engineering services? Summa is the only energy analytics company that can take an energy monitoring project from the seed of an idea and see it through all the steps to a guaranteed successful system solution.
7 Steps to a Successful Energy Monitoring System: Part II
Virtually no one would seriously consider building a new home without a set of detailed plans or blueprints. Without proper planning, the end result is left to chance and is virtually assured to fail in some way.