State of Missouri

Talisen’s ESP allows the State of Missouri to access, collect, normalize and analyze data from avariety of facilities equipment makers and applications – revolving around the Internet of Things. 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 processes across the Office of Administration’s portfolio.

Project Details Amount
Annual Utility Spend $30M+
Square Meters 2.1M+
Buildings 480+
Cumulative Avoided Cost $54M+
Energy Reduction 28.4%

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Largest U.S. Non-Profit Healthcare Group

The nation’s largest U.S. Non-Profit Healthcare Group chose Talisen’s Enterprise Sustainability Platform (ESP) as its energy management solution to gather, analyze, trend and report energy consumption and Building Automation System (BAS) data for each of their acute-care hospitals. The ability to analyze utility bills, meters and BAS data enables healthcare staff and their engineering partners to find additional ways to tune and optimize hospitals for maximum patient comfort, regulatory compliance and energy consumption on an on-going basis.

Project Details Amount
Utility Costs Managed $542M+
Square Meters 4.6M+
Hospitals 116+
Utility Bills 73,700+
Projected Annual Avoided Cost $2.4M+
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City of Kansas City, Missouri

The City of Kansas City partnered with Talisen Technologies, Inc. to implement an enterprise-wide technology solution that allows the city to operate its facilities using a Total Cost of Ownership model, focusing on energy efficiency and operational savings.

Project Details Amount
Annual Utility Spend $27M+
Square Meters 920K+
Buildings 335+
Cumulative Avoided Cost $2.5M+
Energy Reduction 24%

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New York Power Authority

NYPA chose Talisen’s Enterprise Sustainability Platform (ESP) as the underlying technology for New York Energy Manager (NYEM). This is the state’s first energy manager network operations center that utilizes Big Data analytics to monitor and troubleshoot buildings to reduce energy waste.

Project Details Amount
Annual Utility Spend $500M+
Square Meters 20.9M+
Buildings 3,500+
Cumulative Avoided Cost $131M+
Energy Reduction 8.8%

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SSM Health

Talisen partnered with a local Energy Services company to deploy the ESP solution for the SSM Health facilities in the St. Louis area. Talisen implemented the Utility Bill Management module for SSM Health’s seven local locations providing multiple layers of historical utility bill data for detailed utility usage analysis as well as determining energy usage baselines from the utility bill accounts.

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Client Testimonials

Just like families and businesses across Missouri, we’re finding innovative ways to stretch dollars, and reducing our energy consumption is a natural place to start. I appreciate the hard work of all the departments that contributed to this effort, and I especially applaud our energy-efficiency team within the Office of Administration.

State of Missouri, Preceding MO Governor

“Our compliance is at 98% this month and we’re at 99% comfort, which is up 2% from last month. We’re saving an additional 25 cents per square foot compared to last year. With this report card, it is easy to see how the facility is doing and the improvements that are being made.”

Medxcel, Director of Energy & Facility Performance Excellence

Talisen’s ESP is the system of record for reporting progress toward Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order 88, mandating all in State-owned and managed buildings reduce the average EUI by at least 20% by the year 2020.

With state public facilities getting real-time data on their energy use, they can improve building energy performance and lower the State’s utility bills. Basically, it will be like performing an MRI on a facility and getting an incredibly detailed report about how it consumes energy. By knowing more, we can do more. We will utilize analytics and engineering expertise provided by this new energy management operations network, enabling NYPA to continuously improve energy management and operations of state facilities, drive down government operating expenses and save taxpayers money, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and create jobs in the emerging green economy.

New York Power Authority, CEO, NYPA

The City of Kansas City looks forward to leveraging the ESP platform to become a national leader in sustainability and as an example for other forward-looking communities.

ESP has been a key component to helping out city achieve its vision. Energy consumption has been reduced and operational costs have decreased.

City of Kansas City, MO, Preceding Facility Manager

For the State of New York, it’s about demonstrating types of solutions that can be brought to scale across a large portfolio and the state is leading by example.

New York Power Authority, Preceding Director of Build Smart NY