Vootu is a provider of energy management services uniquely qualified to help organizations identify, prioritize, and implement strategies and technologies that will conserve energy usage, improve efficiencies, lower electricity costs, and ultimately improve your bottom line. Achieving your sustainability goals and lowering your carbon footprint demonstrates your commitment to creating a cleaner environmental future. Vootu has developed a process guaranteed to identify and then eliminate all unwanted energy use, by monitoring your energy consumption profiles
E-TRAQ – The key that opens the door to Eliminate Energy waste and lower energy costs. I hope you find the information contained in this paper both informative and helpful. Here at vootu we believe in sharing our knowledge to help those who have a desire to eliminate energy waste and improve building efficiencies. Our goal is always focused on reducing electricity usage with the least investment possible, often we can do this budget
Electricity usage invariably leads to higher Electricity Costs, which in turn leads to increased global warming, which leads to Catastrophic Climate change, which then leads to disaster! This is not in any way an over exaggeration, but a reality of what we all face today, unless changes are made to the way we use electricity. The stage is currently set for DISASTER, the graph above clearly indicates, we are not going in the right direction.
Do LED Lights save Energy, the simple answer is they do use less electricity to produce visible lights (lumens) in short the simple answer is yes they can save energy. As an example a traditional Edison style light bulb consuming 60 watts would produce around 800 lumens. This equates to an efficacy rating of 13 lumens per watt (lm/w) in contrast todays LED lamps still produce the required 800 lumens yet only use 9 watts
Energy Awareness month should not be restricted to the month of October alone; it’s a topic that should be front and center in ever businesses daily operations. Energy bills arrive every month, not just October! Electricity costs are a part of everyone’s operating expenses and an item that’s typically not given much consideration for, yet budgeted for each year, based on historic usage and projected increases in costs. Continuing to go along with this process