Intelligent building energy management systems for textile production units

Buildings consume almost 40% of all electricity generated, for their lighting, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and other operations/maintenance processes.

Textile production units, as well as prominent retail operations, use large building real estate. The use of smart energy management systems can significantly increase their energy efficiency and reduce energy consumption, thus leading to a significant reduction in their carbon footprint.

Stakeholders

Energy management professionals

Production professionals

Retailers or wholesalers

Textile industry sustainability professionals

Vital Stats

How does it work?

Intelligent building energy management systems optimize energy consumption in buildings through intelligent, automated monitoring and control of energy-consuming devices and appliances.

Sustainability benefits

Reduces the energy consumption and carbon footprint of the building.

Highlights/USP

These solutions do not just monitor and analyse energy consumption, they can also remotely control use of energy consuming equipment and appliances, thus making energy efficient operations on autopilot, 24/7.

Stage of commercialization

Types of professionals who can improve the solution

Mechanical engineers, Electrical engineers, Digital solution providers

Specifically relevant to any geography?

Decarbonization Potential

Moderate

Value Chain

Textile yarn , Textile fabric production , Fabric dyeing and finishing , Apparel or accessories , Retail ,

Web Resources

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