Energy Monitoring Systems Make the World a Greener Place
Energy Monitoring, also known as energy efficiency monitoring, enables users to remotely log in from anywhere in the world to monitor the performance of their renewable energy systems. These systems, such as photovoltaic (PV) plant monitoring systems, are widely implemented.
Energy monitoring systems typically consist of various components, including sensors, data acquisition systems (also known as data loggers), data transfer systems, data management systems, and data analysis tools.
Temperature, humidity, and brightness are commonly monitored parameters, but an energy monitoring system can also include other parameters such as PM10, carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, ozone, sulfur dioxide, and CO2 to monitor air quality or parameters related to water quality.
Overall, energy monitoring plays a crucial role in assessing and improving the efficiency of renewable energy systems.