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Discover the power of monotonic curves with AREE!

25-03-24 | ENERGETIC EFFICIENCY

Discover the power of monotonic curves with AREE!

For the 8760 hours of the year, AREE calculates the power demanded for a meter or location, then orders these values from largest to smallest to generate the monotonic power curve. The curve allows you to visualize the proportion of time during which power exceeds a certain level.

The energy efficiency software AREE facilitates the generation of monotonic power curves. This new intuitive feature allows you to easily explore temporal and power data, helping you optimize your resources.

For example, monotonic power curves are useful for managing energy subscriptions. They allow you to verify if subscriptions are correctly sized, avoiding penalty fees for exceeding limits or overpaying for inadequate subscriptions.

INNEASOFT is committed to continuously developing AREE by adding new connectors and improving analysis and graphical interface features to meet evolving user needs.

Take advantage of these features in the new version today!

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