Energy Efficiency (EE)
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Managing energy resources has become an important element in our survival. We are facing depletion of NRE resources and slowly growing RE. Usable energy extraction optimisation from energy resources is known as Energy Efficiency (EE).

The EE concept is using lesser energy to do more work without compromising the output (comfort). This step will actually reduce operation cost as well as impact to the environment.

The recycling (reuse) of thermal energy, minimisation of energy use and increased output are some examples of EE application. Two or more applications coupled together will give a better EE result. EE application depends on the usage location, purpose and potential impact.

EE in Electricity

Electricity is a form of energy that is converted from energy resources such as NRE and RE. Electricity is supplied through power grids and cables that reach our home or office easily.

EE in electricity are divided into generation, transmission, distribution and usage phases. As electricity users, we only worry about the usage phase where our equipments consume electricity every day.

To achieve EE, the equipment itself must be designed to do so. Therefore, it is vital for us to identify critical equipments within your premise that needs to be changed or monitored. Our first Low CO2 Tool (Click d’ Thief) will be able to assist you to do so.

Via this tool, we will assist you to identify your monthly carbon footprint as well. This is an important parameter as CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) is a major contributor to climate change.

Lets CLICK to Low Carbon Lifestyle!














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