Energy Management is Not One Size Fits All
We take the time to understand the nuances of your industry and the needs of your business before developing and implementing an energy conservation strategy.
Know and Manage How, When and at
What Cost You Use Energy in Real Time
Understand the Components of
Your Monthly Utility Bill
Predict Day-Ahead Energy
Costs and Use
Create Weather Normalized,
Quantify Associated Energy Costs of Customers,
Equipment and Manufacturing Processes
Evaluate and Prioritize Energy
Manage Against ISO Peaks to Mitigate Costly Capacity Tag Penalties and Supply Charges
Measure and Analyze Facility-Specific
RTIS® unlocks the enhanced insights needed to better understand the operations of your clients, create new and profitable revenue streams and identify efficiencies that were previously invisible. As you and your clients each have unique needs, we provide customized analytics solutions and the additional services needed to deploy effective, end-to-end solutions.
Multinational Consulting Firms
Specialty Consulting Firms
Commercial Property Owners
Energy Services Companies
RTIS® demystifies the energy cost line item and sheds light on how your energy expenses are connected to your business operations. This visibility benefits a range of organizational functions, including Facilities Management, Accounting and Finance, Manufacturing, Sustainability, Marketing and Executive Management.
Large Cap Commercial and
Middle Market Commercial
and Industrial Companies
Schools and Hospitals
48% of respondents in a global McKinsey study claimed that qualified analytics talent was more difficult to hire and retain than traditional roles. We work with our industry partners to integrate RTIS® into their existing business offerings, and train them on how to interpret the invaluable insights that it identifies.
A Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory study of 28 sites that implemented energy intelligence software, showed that they achieved an average savings of 17% in their first year and a median 47% in savings in year 9.
According to a McKinsey survey comparing low- and high-performing companies, 59% of the high-performing organizations analyze unstructured, real-time data to improve their operations, where only 12% of the underperforming companies do the same.
According to Markets and Markets, the energy analytics market is expected to exceed $4.5B globally in 2018, with North America accounting for $1.7B.