ENERGY MONITORING & MANAGEMENT

Energy Management & Analytics Suite

Designed to drive savings in energy, operations and maintenance.

The enter energy management module operates through a single secure access gateway and uses a series of customized “analytics” that enables you to minimize both costs and cycle-time within the operation.

With this platform, you can access, collect, normalize and analyze data from a variety of equipment, software, and applications. The ability to converge data from various repositories into a single master data warehouse provides a new level of insight and transparency into the operations and process across the enterprise.

ESP serves as the underlying platform for providing content suited for public kiosk-based displays, as well as a comprehensive analysis, reporting and data collection solution for use by building staff. These analysis tools are designed to provide facility managers and energy managers the ability to monitor utility usage and cost information, real-time metering data and to provide a measurement and verification (M&V) platform for tracking energy conservation measures.

Measurement & Verification

Aggregate building performance to provide executive level reporting on overall energy savings.

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Utility Analytics

View utility cost and consumption measures, bills, real-time and historical information.

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Interval Data

Analyze interval data from BAS, meters, thermostats, etc.

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Building Benchmarking

View baseline, past or current energy measurements to rank buildings.

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Kiosk Display

Share Energy Efficiency successes and project information with the public.

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Measurement & Verification (M&V)

Centralized visibility of overall performance!

  • Identify the causes of any savings shortfall and correcting them
  • Real-time accurate reporting to internal and external stakeholders
  • Identify opportunities to optimize performance of impelmented ECMs
  • Quantify non-energy benefits that may not be part of the ESPC guarantees

Utility Analytics

1st step in mastering utility usage and cost information: understanding energy costs and mitigating environmental impacts

  • Collect, digitalize and store utility information to get a full picture of energy consumption and costs per facility and site
  • Examine various utilities cost and consumption measures
  • View bills (as PDF files)
  • Access real-time and historical information to analyze costs and usage, leading to proactive action

Interval Data

Visualize and analyze points in facilities and perform statistical analysis of the performance of building systems

  • Analyze interval data from various sources, such as building automation systems, meters, thermostats and other remote devices
  • Analyze interval data real-time in order to isolate problems and address equipment issues
  • View and analyze data stored in the time series database (TSDB) categorized in terms of devices and measurements

Building Benchmarking

Understanding your facility is crucial to achieving energy savings. Effectively monitor and maintain energy efficiency across a portfolio.

  • View baseline, past, or current energy measurements for a set of facilities to determine where a specific building ranks with respect to others
  • Rank each site in a portfolio against other sites using same utility provider
  • Compare buildings to similar sites to determine how well the portfolio is performing
  • The energy usage baseline ranks sites and compares any time period as a baseline

Kiosk Display

Share your energy efficiency successes!

  • Engage with your customer base by providing project information with building occupants and visitors
  • Increase adoption with stakeholders (store employees, customers, community residents) that have the biggest impact in energy consumption and cost
  • Animated kiosk displays create awareness and involve the community