How Energy Management Systems Can Lead to a Better Life

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Energy Management Systems can help improve your life? What? So, are you thinking that sounds utterly ridiculous? I thought so too, but, keep reading.

Energy Management Systems can improve your quality of life through:

  • Luxurious Winter Vacations
  • Sleeping better at night
  • Improved family relationships
  • Better marriage
  • Retire Sooner
  • Live Longer

An Energy Management System, also called EMS, can help improve your life because it helps save money. Maybe that 29 to 40+% savings on your energy bill pays for your winter vacation to somewhere without snow or freezing temperatures. Where do you want to go this winter on your EMS paid vacation?

Energy Management Systems improve your life by helping you sleep better at night. When you utilize an energy management system, you will sleep better at night because you know you

are doing the socially responsible thing to help conserve and preserve our environment for future generations. You will also sleep better because you won’t have to worry about system failures and product losses or wonder if the lights were turned off before everyone left for the night. If you have experienced loss of sleep due to an un-controlled business environment, please don’t hesitate to contact us right away for your energy management system installation.

An Energy Management System will improve your relationships with your family because you will no longer be pumping all of that CO2 into the atmosphere – and because you will reduce your carbon footprint, you can talk with your children and grandchildren with a clear conscience that you are doing your part to save our earth. You will no longer need to dodge the family dinner conversations about what our world is coming to because of the many companies not taking responsible environmental actions.

An Energy Management System will improve your marriage because you will no longer be interrupted during romantic dinners with your spouse to resolve temperature setpoint squabbles between your employees. Your spouse will appreciate not being woken by emergency equipment failure phone calls during the middle of the night and you will be able to make it home for dinner on time because you no longer need to stay late to make sure the lights are turned off. If your marriage needs a boost, consider an energy management system.

With an energy management system, you will be able to retire sooner because you will be able to stay ahead of the game with preventative maintenance to address issues before they turn into costly product losses – which means more money that you can sock away into your retirement nest egg. Investing in an energy management system may be your best retirement investment yet.

If you want to live longer, you need an energy management system so that you can develop and implement strategies that preserve your profit margins and increases your bottom line. This will greatly reduce your stress as a business owner or facilities director. We all know that stress is a leading cause of heart attacks, high blood pressure, and other life-threatening conditions. Implementing an energy management system and reducing your stress level will allow you to live a longer and a better quality of life. An energy management system is highly recommended for immediate stress relief.

So, you may have thought that an Energy Management System only helps save energy costs, but your real return on investment might be found in how an energy management system improves your quality of life. And…… while these scenarios were written in humor, an energy management system really can improve your quality of life, give R3 Retail Development a call today to learn more.

About the author

Suzanne Ferguson is a leading program management and process expert with over 20 years’ experience successfully developing and implementing programs and systems across multiple industries. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Eastern Oregon University in Organizational Change and a Masters in Business Administration from Willamette University.