An estimated 16% of GHG emissions in the US come from commercial properties. With over 5.6m commercial facilities in the USA (source: ENERGY STAR.gov) the commercial facilities management sector faces a number of pressures relating to energy including rising energy costs, increased regulation and maintaining tenant satisfaction.
eSight is the perfect solution for users looking to manage energy for property portfolios or single buildings. As a property manager, considerations including energy performance modelling and forecasting, tenant billing, site comparison and promoting behavior change are all achievable within the software.
How do properties typically use energy?
Why is eSight the perfect solution for the Property sector?
- With eSight, property managers can manage all energy related data for multiple sites and buildings in a single system
- The software also allows you to display multiple sites and buildings on an interactive map and navigate quickly to the chosen location
- Generate bills for tenants based on actual consumption
- Model and forecast energy usage to set, track and achieve targets
- Compare individual sites/tenants/departments in a league table to identify the best and worst energy performers
- Encourage behavioral change with engaging, interactive public dashboards
- eSight is already used by a wide range of property clients, from large real-estate organizations to retail sites, hotels and stadiums.
A closer look...
Liberty Property Trust uses eSight to help reduce energy usage in their commitment towards sustainability. The company, which is worth over $6.2billion, required a solution to enable them to bring together all their energy data. They needed both a solution for collecting and measurement of the energy related data across sites, but also a way to bring the data together in a central database.
Liberty required the ability to measure and verify that data with a view to identifying areas of potential saving, reducing overall energy usage across their buildings, and driving down cost. This would only be possible through transparency of the data.
"eSight is by far, the best product on the market. It has a user-friendly interface with in-depth graphic charting tools to uncover obscure energy use trends."