Particularly in Germany, Fukushima has lead to a certain level of rethinking amongst policy-makers, the general public and business, including consideration of energy conservation and the need to reduce CO2. The consequent formulation of the policy framework has led in various sectors to the need for holistic and systematic energy management. Outside of large industrial structures different approaches have arisen, such as contracting companies or municipal utilities, which offer energy management as a service to their customers. Collectively not only do they benefit from the environmental and economic advantages but also, in a globalized world, from the increasingly important, sustainable public image of the company.


  • Establishes routine in your energy data acquisition
  • Coordinates procedures and responsibilities
  • Collects, centralizes and creates transparency in your consumption data
  • Forms the basis for a sustainable approach to reduce energy consumption
  • Early detection of potential savings
  • Leads to lower costs and emissions
  • Saves valuable resources
  • Leads to a sustained positive public image with customers and the public
  • Takes over the tasks of gathering, processing and distribution of the energy characteristics
  • Saves costly labor time
  • Creates competitive advantages and fosters innovation within the company
  • Sustains itself