What Is The Difference Between An Energy Management System and A Load Controller? Text

Today, we are going to give your home a power make-over

First, you will see how to save between 30-60% annually on your utility bill. Next, you will see how to protect every item in your home that uses power, with all of the money you have saved on your utility bill. 

We buy electricity per kilowatt hour, similar to the way we buy gas per gallon. When you need gas, you don't pull into the station charging $3 a gallon when you know you can buy it for $2 at a different station. You can shop for electricity the same way you shop for the best price with any purchase by installing an energy management system.

This isn't your mama's old load controller. Comparing load controllers with the new energy management systems is like comparing typewriters to computers. Load controllers use 25-year-old technology and were popular in the 1970s and 1980s. They were designed to control demand levels on only one electric rate, and that rate has not been available to new customers for a number of years.

The energy management computer controls peak demand but allows you to pay substantially less for power. You can keep your home as cool as you like in the summer without your utility bills going up. The computer has a very sophisticated program that determines when power is needed and where, so during peak times when electricity is most expensive, it will minimize use of non-essential appliances such as the pool pump and gives essential appliances such as the A/C top priority.

Its massive programming capability allows it to be customized for any size home or lifestyle, yet it is simple to adjust and has a one-page instruction guide.

Energy management computers are compatible with APS & SRP utility companies.

For more information or to have an energy management system installed, contact Advanced Home Systems.


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