// Energy Building Information Software
The key to energy management is continuous improvement, but in order to achieve this, real information is required. Building managers have access to a lot of data, from metering systems and Building Management Systems (BMS), but analysing data from two independently run systems can be complicated and ineffective.
Energy Building Information Software (EBIS), our cloud based solution for building performance, takes these two data sets and provides a single source of comprehensive data which can be properly viewed and analysed by a building or energy manager. The data collected can be displayed on charts of the user’s preference so that consumption trends can be spotted easily and acted upon. By identifying how, when and where a building uses the most energy, the manager can develop an effective control strategy that can be implemented and tracked to maximise savings.
Insight EBIS comes complete with features and tools ready to use without the need for additional complex engineering and specialist graphic building requirements.
// Simple, flexible automated tenant billing
Insight Billing is an easy-to-implement efficient solution which pulls utility consumption data from meter loggers or a metering system together in an easy-to-use cloud based billing portal.
Developed in response to requests for a tenant billing solution that meets the new Heat Network (Metering and Billing) Regulations and ensures tenants are billed fairly according to actual energy usage. This is accomplished by a process of energy apportionment within the system. It provides total visibility of energy usage throughout a building and ensures that energy used in shared spaces or to supply heating or cooling to a tenant area is fairly apportioned between building users.
The software providing landlords with the ability to automatically bill tenants based on their apportioned energy calculations. The system effectively joins up the dots — providing a portal for the landlord to view, monitor and make adjustments to the system and charges, but also for the tenant to view and monitor their energy bills and usage.
Data is accepted into the software from meter loggers or a monitoring system and from these sources tenant bills can be automatically generated at intervals determined by the landlord and sent via email.