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Energy management system benefits

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  • Visualize, operate, optimize, and maintain transmission and subtransmission networks.
  • Proven experience implementing complex systems for utility companies.
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  • Operates either as a standalone system or fully integrated with our ADMS.
  • Fully integrated with our supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) or can be integrated with existing SCADA systems.
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  • Improve power supply reliability by preventing disturbances in frequency and power flow.
  • Minimize electric system operating costs.

EcoStruxure™ ADMS

A comprehensive network management solution, EcoStruxure ADMS provides more reliable, safe, and efficient energy management. Optimize your grid with our industry-leading system.
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Ranked as #1 ADMS solution in 2023

We’re proud to be ranked as the #1 ADMS vendor by Guidehouse Insights
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SA Power Networks depends on EcoStruxure Grid for reliable monitoring and management of their vast network.


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French utility SICAE uses EcoStruxure ADMS to optimize the grid and efficiently manage distributed energy integration.

Delivering value to electric utilities

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Safeguarding grid reliability

How EcoStruxure ADMS reinforces the network ahead of the storm, and how it helps the grid heal afterward.

EcoStruxure Grid unlocks new potential

EcoStruxure Grid benefits utilities through improved flexibility and resiliency, and unlocks new approaches for commercial, industrial, and corporate electricity consumers.


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1. What does EMS stand for?

It stands for energy management system. According to energy management system definitions, it is software that enables much better monitoring, control, and optimization of energy usage for organizations in their network infrastructure and other parts of the businesses. These are network monitoring tools that visualize energy consumption patterns. EMS helps in identifying areas with inefficiency. Once these regions are located, it is possible to implement a wide range of methods for waste reduction in the case of transmission and subtransmission networks.

2. How does an energy management system work?

EMS management tools operate in several steps and include monitoring, data analysis, visualization, optimization, control, and performance tracking. The monitoring part focuses on collecting data in real-time with the use of sensors of a different kind. Once the data is collected, the software responsible for energy management and services analyzes the information to identify energy consumption patterns and locate the places of inefficiency. The next step in EMS operation is a presentation of the analyzed data. It usually happens in a user-friendly visualization, in the form of dashboards or reports. Later, the EMS provides owners with strategies and measures to optimize energy usage reducing waste at the same time. The energy-saving tool also enables remote control and management of all devices and systems. At the end of the day, the EMS generates reports where we see a variety of metrics to track the effectiveness of applied measures.

3. What are the benefits of EMS?

EMS monitors and analyzes energy usage improving energy efficiency. It enables the identification of areas where waste and inefficiency occur. EMS offers network management tools that allow organizations to apply strategies for energy consumption reduction. By optimizing energy usage, it is also possible to reduce operational costs and save on energy bills. Another benefit of using EMS is environmental sustainability. To reduce the carbon footprint, organizations track and manage energy consumption. Let’s not forget about performance issues that can be solved by using real-time data and analytics. EMS is also a great option as far as compliance with regulations is concerned.