EMS – Energy Management System

Did you know:

  1. Energy management enables organisations to improve energy performance, cut costs, reduce environmental impact and enhance reputations?
  2. International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 50001 is the international management system standard for energy. It provides a framework to help organisations set up their energy management systems and deliver their organisational priorities?
  3. The energy policy is the key expression of an organisation’s commitment to achieving energy performance improvement. Good maintenance is fundamental for minimising levels of avoidable energy waste?
  4. Monitoring and metering remain the heart of efficient energy management solutions. Metering helps in assessing your energy performance and spotting the problem areas that are leading to higher energy consumption. The analysis and comparison of bills and meter readings give you a comprehensive idea of the patterns of your energy usage?

bitYes proposes a hardware and software solution for utilities monitoring and control following the ISO 50001:2011 standard, which has 4 simple steps:

  • Plan: determine the basic energy consumption
  • Do: sets key performance indicators and implements change
  • Check: measures results
  • Act: continuous improvement of energy management


Energy data is taken from various energy carriers and centralized into specialized software.

The processed data is provided through reports and performance indicators for energy management both in real-time and historical.

Using industry-specific drivers, we guarantee integration according to international standards, such as IEC 61850 / IEC 61400-25, IEC 60870-5-101, IEC 60870-5-102, IEC 60870-5-103, IEC 60870-5-104 and DNP3 (serial or TCP).


The solution will allow flexible access to all analytics for users from the operator to the CEO. You can view data on electricity, gas, compressed air, steam, water, and so on.

The monitoring and control solutions for consumption and utility parameters can be found in various sectors:

  • Energy producing companies, electricity or gas distribution
  • Water companies: treatment, pumping, purification
  • Industry: metallurgy, wood, construction etc.
  • Buildings: halls, offices, hotels, commercial spaces, storage spaces, etc

In addition to energy consumption, you can view and control utility distribution equipment, such as switches, protections, electrovalves, pumps, fans and other process elements. So after monitoring and reporting, you can identify and control consumption efficiently.

What do you gain from implementing such an application?

  • Reduce energy consumption by monitoring and managing it
  • Participate in responsible consumption of valuable natural resources
  • Measure, report and control utility costs
  • Continuity of activity by preventing the overloading and failure of utilities
  • You can integrate already installed equipment

What do you miss from not implementing this application?

  • What you do not monitor you can not control
  • You will not know the cost of utilities in the final product
  • You are at risk of stopping manufacture processes due to lack of control over the parameters
  • You will not be able to implement energy efficiency solutions