Using energy sparingly and rationally is a worthwhile goal.
The rational use of energy is only possible if the demand structure, the actual consumption quantities and the load profiles are known.
To obtain this information, a detailed recording of the energy needs of the individual consumers is required. Only then can cost-intensive consumption habits be discovered, potential savings identified and energy costs accurately assigned.
The evaluation of the collected data provides sound planning principles for measures to make the use of energy more efficient and controllable.