Managing and benefiting from meter data has never been easier!

Jessica Oneal

Jessica Oneal

Oct. 13, 2016

In my previous post, I talked about the new ED mobile app (read about it here).
Today I am going to explain how the EnergyDeck app provides users a new and advanced way of organising data.


We’re looking for an experienced software developer to help us build the future of resource analytics in buildings

Becky Lewis

Becky Lewis

Sept. 27, 2016

We are now looking for a full-time junior to mid-level developer to join our dev team in our shiny new office in Shoreditch, and play a key role in developing the next generation version of our platform. You’ll work in a highly collaborative environment where every line of your clean and effective code counts. You’ll be continuously pushed to find solutions for some of the biggest challenges (we call them opportunities!) in large-scale, high-frequency data analytics for the built environment.


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Introducing… The new EnergyDeck Mobile App

Jessica Oneal

Jessica Oneal

Aug. 25, 2016

Managing energy can be complicated and confusing to the untrained eye. The EnergyDeck platform already provides a simple and powerful user interface to track and manage buildings. However we thought it was time that this interface was pocket sized. The perfect solution? The new EnergyDeck app.


The Better Buildings Partnership REEBooted

Benjamin Kott

Benjamin Kott

April 25, 2016

Hot off the press: The UK’s Better Buildings Partnerships has appointed  EnergyDeck as its new supplier for the Real Estate Environmental Benchmark (REEB). EnergyDeck’s CEO Benjamin Kott talks about the objectives and history of REEB, and why this appointment is good news not just for EnergyDeck but the industry as a whole.


Reading Into Meters - Part 1

Jack White

Jack White

Feb. 25, 2016

If you lease, rent or own a property, it’s highly likely you’ll have a meter installed somewhere. Meters are found in nearly all commercial and domestic buildings. The most common meters are those which measure utility services, such as electricity, gas, water and heat networks. Other metering technologies are used for sensing e.g. air quality, temperature, light and so on.

This post explains the different types of meters prevalent in buildings today (commercial and residential) and what they can be used for. Later on in this series we will go into more detail on metering technologies, metering installation project management and last but not least benefits and insights good metering can provide.


Tags:   Metering, Smart Meters

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