EnerNOC has launched an updated software platform (screenshot pictured), which provides enterprise users improved visibility into the three main drivers of energy cost: how energy is purchased; how energy is used; and when energy is used, the company says.
EnerNOC‘s platform enhancements also include a number of new features designed to accelerate implementation.
Notable features in EnerNOC’s release include:
· New APIs to rapidly configure and stream customers’ data into the EnerNOC platform,
· A newly designed analytics library that makes energy efficiency measures, actionable insights, and energy profiling data easier to access,
· A new monthly summary analysis, which pushes key month-over-month trend data to various customer stakeholders.
· Automated Energy Star reporting through EnerNOC’s Utility Bill Management solution.
In addition to features designed for enterprise users, this release gives electric utilities, grid operators, and competitive energy suppliers the ability to dispatch EnerNOC’s demand response network in more dynamic and granular ways, including the ability to use the OpenADR 2.0 standard, the company says.
Earlier this month, the City of Philadelphia announced plans to implement EnerNOC’s EfficiencySMART energy management system across 10 of the its largest buildings.