|About this Abstract
||2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||REWAS 2022: Energy Technologies and CO2 Management
||Benefits of a Smart Electrical Energy Management Information System and Its Impact in Your CO2 Footprint
|On-Site Speaker (Planned)
The use of "smart" power meters across a distribution network on an industrial facility can generate information for product cost allocation, operational efficiency improvement, reliability metrics (predictive maintenance) and RCFA or troubleshooting.
To reach all the potential benefits of the network, it needs to be designed with a modern digitalization approach, able to convert electrical power measurement signals into useful business information.
This session will explore the different units that a modern power measurement device can register and how they can be extrapolated to become useful business information, for example, power factor and utility bills, demand and curtailment restrictions, THD and electrical failures.
Then, it will discuss the optimal network architecture to optimize the level and amount of information collected the protocols to share that information and the security firewalls to prevent unauthorized access to the devices to close with the implications this may have in your CO2 footprint.
||Energy Conversion and Storage, Process Technology, Environmental Effects