SensorCIS – Business Sensor & Energy Monitor


Organisations use SensorCIS to reduce energy waste, increase energy efficiency, cut energy costs, reduce water waste – by using the tool for analysis, insights and predictions of utility usage data and other associated data.

Our software gathers, aggregates and intelligently analyses real-time data from meters – electricity, gas, water, IoT etc – and presents this data in clear dashboards and reports. Actions include invoice generation, smart alerts, usage predictions, purchasing decisions, identifying savings, business energy monitor and more.


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Customers of SensorCIS fall into 2 distinct categories – suppliers of gas, electricity and water and end-users of those utilities.

Our 10 year expertise in energy management from both a supplier and consumer point of view allows us to bring valuable insights and tools to both sides.

Let’s see SensorCIS in action below.

Business energy monitor

Track and manage meter installations and readings and forecast renewable generation, energy usage and smart grid changes.


Notify customers or staff of any elements that may effect operational cost and usage. In addition, predict demand and value with scenario-based analysis.

Centralised Information Hub

Improve overall customer satisfaction by having immediate access to extensive customer profiles. Manage customer base, meters, billing and payments in one place.

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Take preventative measures with alerts

When anything unusual occurs with the monitor, our alerts use straightforward comparisons or more complex regression and machine learning tests to check for abnormal spikes or prolonged unusual trends in energy usage.

Integration with Regulatory Systems

In addition, send and receive messages to and from the network's systems in real-time. Automatically trigger your operations and signals from your business energy monitor based on the contents of these messages.

Efficient sales and billing process

Finally, track payment processes from multiple sources. We develop thorough sales monitoring facilities and a notification system to ensure efficient data flows.


For 16 years, we have worked collaboratively with Pinergy and the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) to help them build new processes, research emerging best practices and plan for a sustainable future.

We continue to be Pinergy's provider of choice for software architecture, design, development and implementation. Pinergy has grown from a small start-up to a fully-fledged electricity supplier. We remain committed to exceed their expectations in designing, building and enhancing their customer service system, their electricity supply grid interface system, their business energy monitor, smart meter monitoring and payment system. Even an online portal for landlords to manage their meters and a mobile app for domestic customers to manage their smart meter and their energy usage.

The SEAI Annual Report on the Public Sector 2018 report breaks down the status and energy savings of each public body. SensorCIS is a critical tool within SEAI’s nationwide Monitoring and Reporting program (M&R). This online feature allows the general public to instantly track the energy efficiency progress, savings and energy-saving projects of any public body in multiple graphical formats. More actions include: tracking energy usage on a building basis, display measurements on real-time dashboards, compare historical usage, usage across similar types of buildings and to verify utility bills.

An empowered public sector means being transparent with our progress and learning from each other’s successes.

SEAI presented the M&R program to the Interregional partners of the EMPOWER project who were impressed with the system. Hence, the Irish program is now published in the Interreg Europe Policy Learning Platform Good Practice Database.

“This approach taken by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland can be highly recommended, as the centralised tool adoption (adapted from a commercially available tool) means that all public bodies are reporting the same data, which can all be compiled effectively.”

— Simon Hunkin, an Interreg Europe Expert and Thematic Expert ‘Good Practice Database

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