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Energy efficiency

Enless Wireless offers a full range of sensors designed to optimise the energy efficiency of buildings.

These are used for monitoring temperatures, humidity levels and air quality. Enless Wireless also guarantees the continuous remote reading of meters and the use of data without any manual intervention. Our products are also designed for energy efficiency applications in industrial environments. Maximise the intelligence of your energy consumption.

Enless Wireless offers an extensive range of radio sensors / receivers / repeaters that operate with the energy consumption monitoring applications within buildings. Because of its proven expertise in technologies such as LoRa (WAN), Wireless M-Bus and Sigfox, Enless Wireless makes it possible to take control of your energy efficiency.

Customer feedback tells us that by installing Enless sensors, average minimum energy savings of between 20% and 30% can be achieved after 2 years in operation.

What exacly is energy efficiency ?

With today’s constant increase in energy costs and ever stricter environmental constraints, the efficient use of energy is a key concern for everyone in the tertiary and industrial sectors.

Energy efficiency is the ratio between the useful energy produced by a system and the total amount of energy consumed by it. The more efficient the system, the less energy it uses.

There are a number of technologies available that help reduce energy use and therefore help achieve energy efficiency targets, particularly within buildings, which are the biggest users of energy, ahead of transport.

The energy efficiency of buildings and their operators

Buildings account for almost half of all energy consumption in many countries and specifically in France.

Energy consumption is a critical concern for companies, since they have premises that are very much bigger than those of private individuals, with offices and warehouses often covering several square kilometres.

The potential savings are therefore very considerable. In addition, sustainable development and today’s increasingly significant ecological challenges are having a greater and greater impact for companies in France and abroad, which are subject to ever stricter standards (French BACs Decree and other legal obligations).

Energy efficiency of buildings in France and other countries

France, like every other country, has made energy efficiency a priority through what is known as the energy transition.

Critical in reducing countries’ energy bills, energy efficiency also helps protect household spending power through lower consumption and drives innovation among companies. The reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and of atmospheric pollutants, especially from the buildings of large industrial and service sector companies, are two of the elements France, alongside many of its neighbours, aims to use to produce cleaner energy.

In Europe, the Directive 2012/27/EU on energy efficiency provides a common framework for the measures to promote improved energy performance. This sets the objectives to be achieved in terms of energy efficiency, together with several deadlines.

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Improving the energy efficiency of a building

There are a number of ways in which the energy efficiency and expenditure of a building can be significantly improved:

  • Improved insulation: this helps minimise consumption by conserving heat.
  • Improvements to energy systems. This is a more global approach aimed at a more efficient and better targeted use of heating, electricity, water and energy resources. A constant monitoring of comfort levels and energy consumption by means of radio sensors, such as those produced by Enless Wireless make it possible to effectively monitor energy needs.
  • The heating technology used: Gas, electricity, etc.