Using Energy Data to Improve Processes in Manufacturing Plants

Giant machinery and heavy-duty equipment within a typical manufacturing plant tends to operate on multiple shifts for hours at a time, consuming vast quantities of electricity, gas and water. For some manufacturers this energy usage must be allocated among individual clients and production lines and runs.

Using a master metering system for manufacturing and major building systems is inefficient and offers no windows into how energy is consumed and allocated. Additionally, having access to historical data usage for each piece of equipment and process could allow manufacturers to competitively bid on new jobs and grow their business.

Understanding how energy is consumed and managed is key to reducing costs. Submetering offers scalable solutions for facility managers and operators and valuable insight into the performance of the overall facility. Energy monitoring data can facilitate a robust energy management and improvement plan to provide significant savings opportunities.

Using VerifEye™ Submetering to Improve Manufacturing Plants

VerifEye™ Submetering Solutions are extremely scalable. It can be installed in phases without interrupting processing or production. The use of split-core current transformers (CTs) enables installation without power interruptions. Submetering can help streamline demand analysis, production and administrative cost allocation, and equipment maintenance opportunities. The end result is a better bottom line.

The VerifEye Advantage

  • Highly scalable system can be phased in so as not to interrupt daily operations
  • Monitoring of processes, equipment and major building system loads for energy savings
  • Ideal solution for departmental cost allocation
  • Easy integration of utility data into building and energy management systems
  • Versatile metering products accommodate split-core transformers or Rogowski Coil CTs for relatively easy retrofitting into any environment

For more information on VerifEye Submetering Solutions, visit or view our ezLearn course on “Submetering Applications: How to Put It All Together with VerifEye”.

Read the other blogs in the series:

How to Select the Right VerifEye Meter

How to Select the Right VerifEye Communication

Submetering for Energy Efficiency in Multiple Dwelling Units (MDUs)

Creating Transparency and Accountability in Commercial Offices

Tenant Metering for Retail Businesses

Identifying Where to Focus Time and Money on Educational Campuses