As an important part of public buildings, colleges and universities are both densely populated areas and major energy consumers. The energy consumption environment in universities is complex and there are many types of energy consumption. Therefore, it is very important for universities to establish an overall plan to refine energy saving and consumption reduction management, improve energy efficiency and cultivate energy saving awareness.
Smart Energy Management System
Analysis of energy management pain points in universities (1) Large school size, large energy monitoring workload The university integrates teaching, research and living, covers a large area, has many building types, complex functional divisions, various types of energy consumption, and high labor management costs for energy consumption. (2) Serious waste of energy consumption The school itself has a large volume of energy, and the energy consumption of various equipment is seriously wasted, such as unoccupied lights, standby power consumption, open windows and air conditioners, water pipe network runs and leaks, equipment configuration is unreasonable, equipment aging maintenance is not in place and other issues. (3) Low energy utilization Most colleges and universities have not established energy efficiency assessment indexes, and energy-using groups have weak awareness of energy use conservation. (4) Unreasonable configuration of energy consumption equipment and untimely data processing Large public buildings (such as libraries, teaching buildings, gymnasiums, etc.) may have unreasonable equipment configuration, huge energy consumption, and unreasonable usage and management. (5) Traditional means of energy management and low degree of automation in operation and maintenance The degree of campus O&M automation is low, and O&M management work is done mainly by human inspection, with manual transcription to understand the energy management situation and equipment energy consumption of the whole campus, and potential risks and energy saving space are not found enough. Therefore, the construction of the energy management system platform of colleges and universities can, based on the all-round monitoring of energy consumption data, clarify the current situation of energy use in the campus, continuously improve the level of campus energy consumption operation and management, improve the overall level of campus energy planning and construction, construct and manage the evaluation system and assessment index of energy, and comprehensively enhance the construction of energy-saving campuses. Compere adopts distributed design, consisting of energy efficiency management layer, network communication layer and field equipment layer, which can completely realize data collection, verification, analysis, processing, maintenance, authorization and authority hierarchical control, etc. It not only ensures the user's data confidentiality and security needs, but also meets the actual functional requirements of the user.