ManagingEnergy

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ManagingEnergy provides the tools to systematically analyze energy usage, document opportunities for improvement, and automatically analyze the impact on energy costs and consumption based on these recommendations. This helps save money and reduce carbon footprint as part of an overall energy monitoring and tracking program. Screen Shots

Keywords

building energy management; energy efficiency strategies, energy accounting

Validation/Testing

ManagingEnergy uses the ASHRAE Guideline 14-2002 to provide a compliance check in the modeling view.

Expertise Required

No special expertise is required for most functions. Training is available via video, webinar, and on-site sessions.

Users

250 users in Canada and the United States.

Audience

Building industry professionals, building owners, and their staff and service providers.

Input

ManagingEnergy uses billing and reading data from utility invoices, as well as interval meter readings. These can be entered in bulk in a spreadsheet and imported, or entered manually in our utility invoice pane. Rates for utility providers are required. Weather data are provided and updated by ManagingEnergy.

Output

Output can be generated in Microsoft Excel format, preformatted reports, or executive dashboards.

Computer Platform

ManagingEnergy is Software as a Service, and does not require installation. It is currently supported on Internet Explorer 7+ and Firefox 3+.

Programming Language

ASP .Net

Strengths

Manages and controls utility costs.

Weaknesses

Does not measure indoor air quality.

Contact

Company:

ManagingEnergy.com

Address:

420 Sheldon Drive, Suite 203
Cambridge, ON N1T 2H9
Canada

Telephone:

519-594-0914

E-mail:

sales@managingenergy.com

Website:

http://ManagingEnergy.com

Availability

Available by subscription based on campus requirements. We can be contacted for more details.