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When companies make a proactive decision to alter their energy consumption patterns during critical peak power usage periods, everyone benefits. The practice, called "demand-response curtailment," provides stability for the regional power grid, lessening the concern for potential blackouts (which hurt everybody) and financially benefiting the companies that participate in these valuable energy procurement programs.
Enerwise provides distributed generation and dispatch services to its customers as an alternate solution for economic real-time, synch reserve or certain capacity demand-response programs. In lieu of curtailing energy loads within your facility, generators can be used to offset peak loads or take advantage of favorable real-time energy rates. Depending on the size of your generator and the energy or demand pricing incentives offered per time of day, it is possible to offset utility power for a period of time, resulting in attractive financial benefits for your company.
Energy usage has a dramatic effect on your company's bottom line. You've invested heavily to address this issue with dedicated equipment, controls, programs and personnel, resulting in complex systems with large quantities of energy-related data. Even with all this information available, it is a continuous challenge to process all of it and deploy the strategies necessary to optimize energy usage.
In today's competitive business environment, cost containment is critical for success. Many companies overlook or dismiss the notion of reducing energy expenditures as a reliable means of cutting costs and increasing profits because it is a complex and timeconsuming task. Reducing energy expenditures can be overwhelming due to the mountains of detailed information necessary to track energy trends. But Energy Manager 3.0 from Enerwise makes it manageable.
With energy costs constantly on the rise, making smart business decisions regarding operational costs can be difficult. Load Management Marketplace software from Enerwise transforms the control of idle energy assets into revenue-generating opportunities by capitalizing on the volatility of the energy market. Planning your energy consumption has never been easier and more productive than with Load Management Marketplace.
Report Generation & Energy Analytical Services
Monitoring and recording interval energy data is only half the job of making informed energy management decisions. The other half involves using the information gathered to identify abnormal events, trends and anomalies that require the attention of energy professionals.
Invoicing multiple tenants for multiple utility expenses is an arduous task. In order to recoup utility expenses, property owners must collect information, calculate energy usage, and generate bills, which is time-consuming and tedious. Utility allocation from Enerwise transforms this problem into profit for property owners. Utility allocation maximizes revenue by more effectively measuring, allocating and recovering utility expenditures—and eliminates wasted time and frustration in the process.
Virtual Energy Manager (VEM) Online is an advanced, easy-to-use software package from Enerwise that allows you to manage complex energy markets from your desktop.
All-In-One Sales Sheet Document
This document combines all the sales sheets above in one easy to download file.
Enterprise Energy Management: Better Power at Better Prices
This paper is an in-depth exploration of enterprise energy management (EEM) and its ability to support commercial and industrial organizations in their pursuit of more cost-effective and efficient purchase, delivery and use of energy. It will explore how EEM facilitates the acquisition of market-based pricing as well as detail how metering, monitoring and other advanced technologies can bring the end-user higher levels of power quality and reliability than available on the grid. Also included will be an examination of how near real-time energy data benefits utilities in helping to provide performance estimates to meet customer service and tariff requirements, as well as to reduce maintenance, generation and infrastructure costs.
Managing Energy at Multiple Nationwide Facilities: Making The Impossible, Possible
This paper will discuss the challenges faced by retail chains, grocery stores, and real estate investment trusts in managing multiple facilities nationwide. It will discuss the benefits of implementing a single Enterprise Energy Management (EEM) platform across multiple facilities nationwide and the implementation speed gained by teaming up with an energy information system (EIS) provider with preferred utility partners already in place versus negotiating the diverse technology and logistical challenges arising from attempting to manage this function internally.
University of Maryland
University of Maryland, Baltimore, Reduces Energy Consumption by 20 Million kWh in Two Years with Comverge Demand Response Solutions.
A system of intelligent electronic devices (IEDs) in 30 separate buildings and strategically applied power meters helped GlaxoSmithKline identify and eliminate problems.
College of New Jersey
Enerwise linked 50 metering devices with existing automation systems to communicate with a central work station, enabling the customer to understand and manage energy usage on a building-by-building basis. The customer's payback was approximately one year.
Kendal Crosslands Communities
To ensure resident safety, Enerwise installed back-up generators to serve two retirement communities. We remotely monitor the generator's performance and dispatch the units to maximize economic value for the customer.
Ridley School District
Enerwise delivered an energy-efficiency performance contract agreement for eight school buildings that included lighting, mechanical, building automation, and building envelope modifications, power quality vulnerability assessments, energy consulting services, and energy information retrieval and analysis.
University of Delaware
Enerwise installed an electrical monitoring system, which resulted in reduced utility demand charges by 10 percent, with an annual savings of 5 percent.