ENERGY MANAGEMENT FOR YOUR PROPERTIES
Increase the quality and efficiency of your facilities energy management.
Streamline and verify your bills, your energy consumption and capture more information for management reporting.
“How can I quickly measure energy use in each of my properties?”
Monitor multiple energy-using assets in real time. Immediately receive usage reports for management.
“It’s hard to notice unusual energy usage and predict energy costs.”
Alerts can notify any team of unusual spikes. Forecast and predict usage trends and energy costs for scenario planning.
“I need help deciding, planning and financing energy efficient projects.”
Streamline and verify bills, rates and usage. Spot cost saving opportunities and track finances on real time dashboards.
From electricity, gas and water usage to indoor air quality, the range of our intuitive SensorCIS technology only grows.
WHAT CLIENTS HAVE TO SAY
Morris Mulhearn, Executive Engineer
“…system is much more than an energy reporting tool. It provides all the necessary energy data in one location and helps to visualise and communicate both progress to date and targets still to achieve”
Kieran Brassil, Energy Assistant at UCD
“…the system has been very useful in giving a strategic perspective to our energy efficiency goals. It helps you see what’s happening and enables you to easily communicate your progress, particularly with features like scorecard and glide-path, to show whether you are ahead or behind energy efficiency improvements targets.”
Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland’s (SEAI) proactive engagement to improve energy performance is recorded through the online national energy monitoring system (M&R) system. The M&R system is based on SensorCIS software, which provides support and development for SEAI and allows the general public to instantly track the energy efficiency in public buildings and its progress, savings and details of any energy-saving projects of any public body in multiple graphical formats.
SEAI presented the M&R program to the Interregional partners of the EMPOWER project who were impressed with the system. The Irish program is now published in the Interreg Europe Policy Learning Platform Good Practice Database.