Definitions for "Energy Management System"
A control system (often computerized) designed to regulate the energy consumption of a building by controlling the operation of energy consuming systems, such as the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), lighting and water heating systems.
A system designed to ensure safety, security, and reliability to an electrical network. Fission: The splitting apart of an atom’s nucleus, releasing heat energy. Fuse: An electrical safety device consisting of a wire or strip of fusible metal that melts and interrupts the circuit when the current exceeds a preset amperage.
(EMS) A control system designed to regulate a building's energy consumption including HVAC and lighting
a viable option in buildings with regular hours
A management structure designed to identify, implement, and verify savings from energy efficiency opportunities.