More power to eSight software for energy-management

A new version of the eSight energy-management suite of software includes a global weather service to make it easier to analyse energy consumption against local temperature and obtain a more accurate assessment of building energy efficiency. Weather data is available for over 4000 global locations.

Developed by eSight Energy, the new suite includes multi-variable regression analysis to monitoring energy consumption against up to 10 driving factors at the same time for more accurate modelling and reviewing of consumption against targets.

Line graphs can now be overlaid to make it easier to compare two meters or to monitor energy consumption against a static value such as a target line.

The suite also includes a new CRC reporting module to enable users to quickly and easily access data and report for the CRC Evidence Pack — all from their existing energy-management system.

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