Every business in every industry faces steep challenges around energy conservation and sustainable operations. There’s a global imperative to reduce greenhouse emissions, which are increasingly being codified into law—from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s proposed climate risk disclosure rule to the already established European Climate Law passed in 2021, which requires that the European Union achieve climate neutrality by 2050 at the latest

Renewable energy sources are increasing, but so is global energy demand. Organizations have turned a keen eye to reducing energy consumption, but costs are still rising—with no end in sight. We are in a changing world when it comes to energy use. How is your business responding?

Did you know that buildings account for almost 40% of the world’s carbon emissions? That means that efficiency improvements from building management and smart buildings represent a real opportunity to dramatically reduce energy use in offices, campuses, facilities, and more. The problem is that it can be hard to find and pinpoint areas of improvement.

At heart, this is a data problem. Operational efficiencies come from seeing what’s happening now and what is likely to happen in the future so that you can correct course. Are your energy-using systems connected so you can mine for relevant data? Do you know how much energy you’re using and how to find the right balance? Can you assess how energy-sourcing alternatives can impact your organization?

Effective solutions need to be able to integrate and normalize data from a wide variety of assets—and transform data into real-time information that can radically reduce energy usage and waste. And that’s where e-Magic TwinWorX® comes in.

Using TwinWorX® to reduce energy consumption is simple. Connect to energy data from meters and submeters, equipment, and utilities. Create real-time visibility into energy usage and analytics. Identify waste through advanced analytics like fault detection and diagnostics. TwinWorX® is built on Microsoft Azure Digital Twins and other Azure native services, so it’s scalable, secure, and highly available.