Monthly Archives: May 2011
Combined Consumption is the total energy consumed by all the buildings in your portfolio over the time frame selected. More »
Each building should have an energy consumption baseline for each resource that it monitors. To calculate savings, the actual energy consumption is compared to the baseline consumption. Resources without baselines are not included in savings calculations. More »
Building energy consumption is compared to its baseline for the time frame selected. POOR – Above normal range NORMAL – Within normal range GREAT – Below normal range For more information, please see Baselines.
David Helliwell will present to smart grid conference attendees on Wednesday, May 25th in Santa Clara, CA. He will be speaking about how to create profitable relationships with energy utilities
The Point Selection dialog has been revamped! We’ve heard your feedback, and have built something that we think you’ll like.
As part of the roll out of its energy management program, McGill University unveiled a new bilingual online building energy management dashboard. The dashboard is one component of McGill’s new building energy management software, PulseTM.
Remote Communities Manager Bruce Cullen will speak at the “Smaller, Better, Greener – Reducing the Energy Footprint” conference about how technology developed by Pulse Energy to manage energy for remote communities can help the US military increase its energy efficiency and save lives