Downtime can cost millions per day in lost production and revenue. So how are you protecting your assets? Energy security is not just the responsibility of energy managers; it requires everyone in an organisation to work together. When your IT department is making contingency plans for cyber-attacks, or your COO is planning for business continuity, consider the energy impact on the whole company. Because energy security affects us all.
Production downtime can come from anywhere, whether it’s human error, natural disasters or cyber-attacks. Whatever the cause, the impact is cost-intensive. Help reduce that downtime by designing your energy infrastructure around all possible scenarios and ensuring you have a contingency plan. It’ll keep your business up and running at capacity.
Cyber-crime can happen to anyone, but large companies with large energy needs are a high-risk group. Using a cloud-based energy management system can not only help you spot spikes in usage – alerting you to potential issues before they take hold – but can also protect you against hackers.
Consider storing excess energy on-site for those rainy days. Batteries can sit anywhere in the energy flow, helping to reduce peaks in energy demand and their associated grid charges. They’ll also provide protections against blackouts and downtime.
Sometimes you just need a fresh pair of eyes to help identify potential issues in your energy use and to combat attacks. Our consultants design creative solutions that push innovation and expectation to the limits. It’s the kind of fresh thinking that could guarantee your business’ security.
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