Our energy intelligence software is fully hardware agnostic. That means there's no need to ditch your existing infrastructure to use it. Whatever hardware and system vendors you have in place, our software can pull data from them right away.
From your infrastructure and our own data sources, our software is capable of acquiring and synthesizing:
- Energy data
- Building Automation System (BAS) data
- Sub-meter data
- Weather data
- On-site generation data
- Market pricing data
- Invoice data
- Production data
- Emissions factor data
Our software platform houses a suite of next-generation energy intelligence applications that turn asset, portfolio, and market data into actionable information for your team.
Obtain prices for a variety of energy products and terms in a matter of minutes, optimizing supplier liquidity and ensuring you get the best possible price on energy
Connect energy consumption and demand to your specific utility tariffs to accrue costs and understand the drivers of monthly energy spend
Automatically identify and analyze BAS faults and turn them into actionable measures for your team to tackle
Continuously analyze current contract information and market prices to identify and prioritize top buying opportunities across your sites
Recreate every bill using the specific tariff line items and attributes associated with that utility account, giving you unparalleled ability to ensure billing accuracy across your business
Track and analyze temperature-normalized facility performance over time
By delivering a full suite of energy management tools on a single platform, we're able to eliminate inefficiencies, heighten security, and enable better collaboration and communication across your business.
Our single-platform model provides:
- Cloud-based access with unlimited users
- Mobile-optimized functionality
- RESTful APIs to enable partner and data ecosystems
- Prioritized information surfaced in modern UI
- Software and data security
I have access to interval data from my utilities, but it is not real-time data. And even if it was in real-time, it's still three different platforms I have to navigate. Trying to add them all up and compare data is extremely difficult.