Energy managers in the private sector work to manage and reduce energy in a variety of organizations such as property management, healthcare, retail, manufacturing or industrial, transportation, finance, hospitality, and technology.
EnergyCAP for Commercial
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Energy managers for property management companies depend on correct and reliable enterprise energy data to make decisions for their regional or national portfolio of buildings. With reduction targets to meet, remote stakeholders to include, data to organize, and workflows to improve, these energy managers need a platform that makes data sharing and analysis easy.
Energy management, efficiency and conservation are key concerns for the healthcare industry. Healthcare organizations may be regional or national with complex properties, a multitude of vendors, and complicated utility bill accounting processes. Some may have to rebill tenants for distributed energy. The energy managers responsible for tracking, reducing, benchmarking, and performing energy accounting at their facilities need a straightforward tool to help them.
Energy managers for retail chains depend on correct and reliable energy data to make decisions for their regional or national portfolio of buildings. With energy reduction and efficiency targets to meet, buildings to benchmark, remote stakeholders to include, and data to organize, these energy managers need a platform that makes data sharing and analysis easy.
Energy managers for manufacturing or industrial companies may deal with regulatory compliance, complex utility rate structures, decentralized utility bill processing, and remote stakeholders who want access to the data. EnergyCAP provides software tools to improve efficiency, streamline workflows, import meter interval data, and enable data analysis to meet company goals.
Transportation companies (including transit authorities) make getting from here to there look easy. But that doesn’t mean enterprise energy management is easy for them. Energy efficiency and conservation are always an issue. Energy managers in Transportation are looking for streamlined energy data, effective bill audits, simple greenhouse gas calculations, data presentment and reporting, and integration between energy data and financial systems.