BOSTON, Mass., Jan. 25 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Building Engines, provider of a comprehensive web-based operations management solution for owners and managers of all property types, and eSight Energy, developer of a sophisticated energy management software platform, today announced a partnership that enables real estate and facilities managers to measure, track, and act on energy related data. Through integrated system monitoring, alerts and work flow tools, the partnership empowers owners to make fuel-saving adjustments, reduce areas of energy waste and reduce overall consumption.
Owners and managers can track usage and performance on all building energy systems, including electricity, natural gas, oil, HVAC and steam. The Building Engines/eSight software combination shepherds identified anomalies and out-of-threshold events through a coordinated work flow process, triggering multiple notifications and curative activities to immediately address and enforce energy savings.
“We are excited to bring a fresh and effective energy management toolset to the market,” said David Osborn, CEO of Building Engines. “A wealth of energy tracking programs exists, yet they fail to close the loop and help clients to take effective action. This partnership makes energy data actionable.
The Building Engines/eSight Energy partnership addresses the three main challenges to energy management:
1. Collects meaningful, reliable, consistent, real time energy data,
2. Displays energy information with user-friendly visual representations, through online and mobile reports;
3. Alerts owners and managers to act on that data to correct energy consumption issues at their source.
Janie Jefferies-Freer, VP of Sales of eSight Energy says, “This partnership enables users to respond in real-time to energy-related issues, incorporating it into their overall workflow and maintenance solution. The result is clear visibility into energy consumption and easy-to access, actionable tools to address the problems they identify.”
About Building Engines, Inc.:
Building Engines is a web-based system providing owners and managers of all property types with a comprehensive solution for improving operations and workflow management. Founded in 2000 by an entrepreneurial team of building and facilities operations management professionals, Building Engines serves the needs of hundreds of millions of square feet of commercial, corporate, institutional and health care real estate in the United States, Canada and Europe. More information: http://www.buildingengines.com .
About eSight Energy, Inc.:
eSight Energy, Inc. is the creator of eSight, the world’s most sophisticated and comprehensive energy management suite. Utilizing 100% web-enabled technology, eSight offers an extensive range of techniques for analyzing energy usage and targeting sites for significant energy and cost savings. The suite may be accessed across the Internet or installed to site and accessed over the local network. eSight monitors data from virtually any energy-related system including meters and loggers, building management and control systems, production data, and data from any utility type. While eSight delivers all this powerful analysis, it is also exceptionally intuitive. Already in use worldwide, eSight is available in multiple languages and currencies. More information: http://www.eSightenergy.com .
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