The cost of sequencing the human genome years ago was enormous, in particular, the Human Genome Project took 13 years to get the complete genome and cost 2,047 million euros in 2003. In recent years, this cost has been greatly reduced, being able today any of us, for just € 1,000, decipher our genome for the betterment of our lives.
Something similar happens in the energy sector, where instead of people, we work with buildings and industries. Technology, smart meters and artificial intelligence, together with the knowledge and experience of people, currently allow At a low cost, determine how to improve the consumption of our buildings and the welfare of the people who inhabit them, as well as reduce the impact on the planet.
The potential savings in industries and in the tertiary sector is double what we could save in the residential sector. It is therefore clear that this type of client is the one on whom this great opportunity lies “
The management of energy and water data and their treatment is the first step to be able to save. What is not measured can not be improved, and the only way to seriously address this opportunity is to make use of analytical tools that, using the massive deployment of smart meters, allow us to make better use of resources in our organizations.
Our energy data management platform, EnergySequence, not only offers large facilities and SMEs in the industrial and tertiary sector the opportunity to improve their costs and reduce their environmental impact, but it is a unique tool for energy marketers to improve their positioning before the clients and reduce their claims, becoming trustworthy companies.
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