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on 28 May 2022 17:47
High-rise buildings are very popular in urban construction, which can solve the problem of insufficient space in the process of urban development. Since the standardization method for high-rise buildings is not very sound, it is inevitable that there will be waste of resources and low efficiency in the construction process. How to reduce the energy consumption level of buildings is a key issue that needs to be solved in the current development of high-rise buildings.

T@ENERGY building energy management system is a comprehensive energy management system developed by Compere for buildings. The system includes building data query, energy consumption analysis, energy consumption subsystem management, report printing, etc. Adopting the system can effectively improve the efficiency of energy utilization and management, and provide effective data, technology and decision support for energy-saving renovation and property management.
Building Energy Management System Structure


The platform collects, organizes, packs and encrypts the energy consumption data of the building and reports the data for display or transfer the data to the upper-level energy consumption management platform through the Internet. Through the platform, managers can operate various functions in the system, such as adding equipment, setting values, adding or removing managers, etc.

It is composed of communication gateway inside the building and related network lines. The communication gateway is used for the collection, storage, protocol conversion of energy consumption data in the terminal meter and third-party monitoring system, and uploads it to the server. According to the number and location of monitored node, the number of communication gateways can be expanded arbitrarily.

It is mainly composed of power meter, water meter, gas meter, cold and heat meter, steam meter and third-party monitoring system.

Energy type classification and application classification

Energy type classification:
power, water, gas, heat, cold, steam, etc. 


Application classification:
For the application classification of energy consumption, for example electricity, electricity can be divided into 4 types, including electricity for lighting sockets, electricity for air conditioning, electricity for power and special electricity.
What energy problems in tall buildings can be solved by energy management system

1. The traditional energy management methods such as water consumption statistics and electricity consumption statistics use manual meter reading, which requires a lot of manpower and material resources, and the statistical information is not accurate. The smart energy management system adopts automatic meter reading to automatically count the energy consumption of each area.

2. When high-rise buildings use various energy sources, there is a lot of waste of resources, which has always been a difficult problem to solve. The smart energy management system can easily analyze and provide the energy-saving plan through the statistics of various energy consumption data and the horizontal and vertical comparative analysis, which is convenient for energy management and control.

3. In high-rise buildings, energy lines are interconnected. Once something goes wrong, the entire building or even the entire area will be shut down for renovation. For example, if there is a problem with the circuit on one floor, it may be necessary to shut down the power to the entire building for maintenance. One of the functions of the smart energy management system is to establish an early warning model for abnormal energy consumption. Once a problem is found, abnormal information can be uploaded and notify relevant personnel to solve in time to avoid large-scale power outages and water outages.

4. Commercial high-rise buildings, such as shopping malls, are generally closed for a certain period of time at night. Therefore, electricity and water energy consumption should not be generated in the building under normal circumstances. Abnormal energy consumption is not only a waste of resources, but also may cause security risks.
Generally, there are patrolling security guards in shopping malls at night, but manual patrols are not particularly careful and comprehensive, so through the energy management system, administrators can understand the energy consumption of the entire building through the system platform. If abnormal energy consumption occurs, targeted inspections can be made to improve management efficiency.