20. November 2018

Are you still saving or already increasing?

Documented influence variables and regression analysis according to ISO 50001 at the click of a button

Documented influence variables and regression analysis according to ISO 50001 at the click of a button

Have you really saved energy? The most obvious answer to this question, namely a comparative look at today's and yesterday's energy bills, is usually not the right one. Energy was saved when energy efficiency was increased.

That's time-consuming - at least if you have to switch between data entry and Excel sheets. Users of IngSoft InterWatt save a lot of effort here. Until now, the tools for performing an influence quantity analysis and for determining an energetic starting point were hidden in the "Energy Signature" module. As of Release 18.4 (which will be delivered in 2018), users will find everything they need for a time-saving influence variable analysis and definition of an energy baseline behind the new task "Performance Indicators".

Select the actual quantity, add the proposed potential influencing factors if necessary, save the proposed regression: This defines the initial energetic basis and also documents the performance of the influence quantity analysis.

The starting point of an EnPI can be changed historically to reflect changed starting points. The possibility of defining different regression conditions for different operating states, which then merge into the energy baseline, should also be unique.

Special highlight: The defined energy performance indicators can be linked with measurable targets from the "Targets and Action Plans" module. Thus, you can see at a glance where you stand with target achievement in evaluations, reports and dashboards.

Make the difference between saving energy and increasing energy efficiency! Learn more about our "Key Performance Indicators" feature. To do so, make an appointment at energie@ingsoft.de.

 

 

 


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