All Systems Operational
Energy Consumption Monitoring and Management Software
Welcome to the future of Energy Management; your power draw information – in real-time. Operational efficiency is pertinent in every industry, the Hark Platform can be instrumental in driving down costs.
What is Energy Consumption Monitoring?
Energy monitoring is the process of tracking, recording and visualising energy consumption, which can be across an entire facility or right down to an asset.
By monitoring power consumption, and having access to critical data, we are able to fully optimise our consumption behaviour and ultimately reduce costs and emissions.
How Can The Hark Platform Help You Reduce Costs & Carbon Emissions?
Peak Load Analysis
Energy Cost Optimisation
Add a layer of intelligence to your business with advanced machine learning based analytics and forecasting technology.
Immediately take action when anomalies occur in order to massively reduce down time.
Reducing Carbon Emissions, One Asset at a Time
By monitoring and controlling energy consumption, we can effectively reduce our carbon emissions output. That means that net zero targets can be met, and we can help protect the planet. Here are some of the ways The Hark Platform cultivates sustainability.
Increase Efficiency, Maximise Yield, Reduce Waste
Use The Hark Platform to connect to, monitor and optimise your estate. Reducing both costs and carbon emissions, and massively improving the performance of your organisation.
Your Frequently Asked Questions
Everything you need to know about energy consumption monitoring, all in one place.
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