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

Capturing the Benefits: Tracking audits and projects in EnergyDeck

Nic Mason

Nic Mason

Oct. 13, 2015

At EnergyDeck we’re busy building features that enable users to get to grips with how effective their energy efficiency audits really are. The latest piece of this puzzle was launched last week - users now have the capability to add projects to audit records, which in turn drops them automatically into your projects portfolio.

The project records themselves have also been improved, with the workflow now allowing projects to be tracked from identification, to qualification to completion. Which in turn allows users to understand what the audit estimated the savings to be, what the business case said the savings would be, and then what actually was saved.


R&D and ED - EnergyDeck’s R&D Projects

Nic Mason

Nic Mason

Oct. 7, 2015

A key part of the ongoing development of the EnergyDeck platform is becoming involved with R&D projects. These projects allow us to work with partner companies and organisations to extend the range of experience and expertise we can call upon when creating new functionality for all EnergyDeck users.

For our three active projects, we are working with researchers, service & hardware providers, and other software developers from around the UK and Europe.


Tags:   IoT, R&D

Quality Data In, Quality Decisions Out - introducing data quality tracking for EnergyDeck

Nic Mason

Nic Mason

Sept. 29, 2015

At EnergyDeck we believe that for our users to successfully run their buildings better the essential first step is having confidence in their data. So to support this confidence, enabling better analysis and decision making, we’ve recently launched a brand new feature: Data Quality.


Go beyond compliance - make ESOS the start of your energy efficiency journey with EnergyDeck & IES

Magalie Durio

Magalie Durio

July 22, 2015

Recorded webinar "IES and EnergyDeck: taking ESOS beyond compliance" now available online

Many of you attended the "IES and EnergyDeck: taking ESOS beyond compliance" webinar on 30th June. We hope you found the session useful in explaining more about how we can not only make compliance easy, but can also make it worthwhile. The recorded webinar is now available online.

Thanks to our partnership with IES, EnergyDeck customers are now able to link the platform with IES ESOS auditor, providing ESOS participants the tools to ensure compliance and make the most of their energy savings. Bringing IES ESOS Auditor and EnergyDeck together offers organisations the benefits of a more seamless process, an efficient workflow and maximise value from the data gathered.


Tags:   ESOS, policy

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