History of baterry and energy monitoring

marine-4 Energy monitoring is an established technique that has proven its value over the past two decades. In 1980, a national program for the use of energy monitoring began in Britain. This approach has since spread throughout Europe. At the moment, it is becoming increasingly popular in the United States.   With the implementation of energy monitoring in numerous projects (since 1980), it has been proven that the application of this technology often results in the following advantages: -Energy cost savings: This usually varies between 5% and 15% on the original energy costs -Reduced greenhouse gas emissions: lower energy consumption reduces emissions -Grants: Projects and investments to save energy can be eligible for grants or tax benefits -Improved cost overload: Using separate measurement and battery monitoring, the energy costs can be precisely distributed across the different production departments. These costs can then be added to the cost. -Enhanced budgeting: Energy Monitoring is a powerful tool in anticipating the expected energy cost variations in future changes -Reduction of energy loss: Monitoring can be used for the analysis (and solution) of power loss problems on buldings, veichles,  ships.   The marine battery monitor and its management of information is aimed at: -The identification and explanation of fluctuations in energy use Graphically display trend lines in energy usage (weekly, seasonal, per product or process…