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Few Words About the tool...

Buildings consume a large amount of energy resource. Overall globally, 38 percent of all energy consumption is used to supply energy services in buildings. Optimized energy consumption for higher efficiency of resources and lower operating cost enable a green environment and reduce carbon footprint.

JCI's Energy Dashboard And Reports Tool is a software solution designed specifically for addressing the needs of Energy Management in Buildings. This tool provides easy access to all of energy related data in one central system. It stores all data related to Building Equipments, Meter Readings, Emission Conversion Factors and any Weather or Process related data. By providing access to Utility data including a huge collection of reports for analysis, this tool allows the user to make informed decisions and spare valuable time so that one can take action and be pro-active in managing energy consumption of the organization.

This tool provides a powerful multi-commodity, component-based energy management software solution. A complete set of mathematical and statistical functions are available within the tool which collates directly acquired data and parameters into meaningful information for the purpose of Energy reporting, analysis, benchmarking and planning of energy conservation measures. As an alternate option, user can also enter the energy data manually to create energy reports and Dash-Board. By bridging the gap between technical and financial disciplines, this tool provides the structured approach to achieve savings and can be implemented to Health care, Energy management consultants, Property Management, Manufacturers, Universities/college, Military Installations, and National Lab etc. This tool provides a unique solution for customer requirements by converting energy data into useful information for customers. The user can obtain cost information as well as utilize the same data to strategies energy management. In brief this tool is a central system to provide information on energy consumption, facilitate energy analysis and benchmarking, assist in energy auditing and create a framework for Energy management.


  This module is for use by anyone with an interest in monitoring, trending, analysis and reporting of energy consumption - user can create dashboards of choice with real time update of energy and associated performance index information, and create custom analysis reports using pre-defined reporting templates - all delivered using a dynamic and intuitive user interface.
  This module is for use by anyone with an interest in monitoring, trending, analysis and reporting of key performance indicators of the mechanical equipment such as the HVAC units - user can create dashboards of choice with real time update of energy and associated performance index information, and create custom analysis reports using pre-defined reporting templates - all delivered using a dynamic and intuitive user interface.
  This is for use by the building tenants and provides a snapshot of the tenant's current utility usage, past consumption history and an archive of past utility bills. The portal is also be used as tenant communication window with the facility management team, such as for the scheduling of after hours consumption requests.
  This is for the use of building owners to view the utility consumption for their tenants on a single dashboards, automatic generation and mailing of utility and after hour consumption bills, creation of customized tenant consumption analysis reports with the ability to filter values by tenant name, date range and utility type among other parameters.

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Did You Know
A typical PC left on all the time produces 0.8 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions annually.

Developing countries use 30% of global energy. Rapid population growth, combined with economic growth, will rapidly increase that percentage in the next 10 years.

The World Bank estimates that investments of few trillion $ will be needed in this decade and upwards of $ 6-8 trillion during the next 30 years to meet developing countries' electricity needs alone. Traditional biomass fuels, such as wood, crop residues, and animal dung, remain the primary energy source for more than 2 billion people.

Per capita, the United States ranks second in worldwide energy consumption among the industrialized nations.

America uses about 15 times more energy per person than does the typical developing country.

The United States spends more than $440 billion annually for energy. Energy costs U.S. consumers more than $200 billion and U.S. manufacturers more than $100 billion annually.

The U.S. industrial sector consume approximately 35% of the nation's energy.

Residential appliances, including heating and cooling equipment and water heaters, consume 90% of all energy used in the U.S. residential sector.

Wind power has the potential to supply a large fraction--probably at least 20%--of U.S. electricity demand at an economical price.