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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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An Exploration Of Industrial Utility Monitoring Technologies For Energy Usage

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Shubham Toshniwal, Sangita Bharkad



Utility Consumption, Sectors, Energy consumption Audit, Monitoring Applications, IoT, Remote monitoring.



Utility consumption is the most important part for each unit of all industries. It helps to improve the production efficiency of industry. Controlled electricity use is one of the biggest challenges in this sector. This paper presents the exploration of the monitoring and control systems for all electricity consuming appliances. We have chosen the best monitoring system of energy management in industrial, commercial and domestic areas by comparing different technologies. Efficient use of system Application helps in reducing electricity consumption and carbon emission at work station. Industries do their annual audit on a regular basis for energy use. Energy consumption of the company in the industrial area gets measured. The energy audit is having a key role in finding large electricity consumption areas. This still does not have the proper solution for energy monitoring. This audit does provide information about potential areas, where industrialist needs to concentrate and reduce its energy consumption. Internet of Things (IoT) is introducing new age to monitoring and controlling many sensors remotely. All system control activities, products, and utilities of the industry can be remotely monitored using an IoT.



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