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Posted On : January 13, 2017

What's involved in a site survey? And why it’s critical to good energy management

Any monitoring and targeting project must start with a proper site survey to specify the scope of works for the project proposal; any other approach could end up very costly. Read More

Posted On : November 30, 2016

Towards Automated Measurement & Verification (aM&V)

This post reviews the evolution and challenges M&V faces with modern energy management programs, for which the nature and scale of resources calls for (semi-)automated system of measuring and verifying energy surplus. Read More

Posted On : November 24, 2016

Putting Energy Data in Context

Installing smart meters and collecting energy data is the first step towards understanding site energy consumption, but without context it can be difficult to make sense of the kWh values. Non-energy data can be used for normalisation and benchmarking. Production data, occupancy data, weather data and building floor area are useful for putting context around your kWh consumption. Read More

Posted On : October 4, 2016

How to connect eGauge meters to Wattics energy analytics

Wattics now accepts data directly from eGauge meters with very little setup required. Follow our five step process! Read More

Posted On : October 4, 2016

Access the Degree Days API using Wattics Ruby code

Degree days is a unit used to determine the heating requirements of buildings. We thought it would be useful to share Ruby code to automatically capture degree day data from DegreeDay.net. Read More