Electricity has changed the way we do business but can also be a burden. Organizations of all sizes try to reduce their energy consumption in the hopes they will improve their bookkeeping. Renowned expert in artificial intelligence Bastiaan de Groot believes there is far more money to be saved in the smart technologies of today for those who can unlock this 21st century secret. We’ll show 5 ways smart energy changes your bookkeeping in layman’s terms below.
The basic premise of the smart thermostat is to power up your AC or heater when needed. It also takes the system down a notch when no one is there. As anyone with an electricity bill can tell you, heating and cooling make up the lion’s share. A smart thermostat lets you save money by easily programming temperatures for you during periods of vacancy, such as off-hours, weekends, holidays, etc. Smart thermostats may be programmed to adjust the temperature to add comfort when clients are present. Smart thermostats can even be programmed to learn your routines so you only have to program once. Many models will also pair with your smartphone for easy adjustment while away from the office.
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You may have them hooked up to keep your vital equipment from shorting out during power storms. They can also work in a smart way to reduce energy costs. Hook them up to your computer systems and other power … [Read the rest]