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Use Case

Energy and carbon reduction

Managing energy costs and preparing for the energy transition feels impossible for building stakeholders. An increasing number of state and local regulators are establishing stricter performance standards enforceable with steeper fines. Energy costs around the country are increasing while the grid itself becomes less reliable. Both rising energy and labor costs are hitting your bottom line and it’s hard to see a cost-effective way out of this cycle.

With a modern energy management system that prioritizes
efficient equipment operation alongside automated demand
management and demand response, everyone across the buildings
value chain can be sure their needs are met
while energy and carbon reduction are prioritized.

How would your FM strategy change with modern energy management?

With modern energy management, you have:

  • A consumption baseline to track reduction efforts in dollars and kWh, streamlining reporting and making it easy to prove value.
  • The ability to automatically surface issues impacting energy consumption and carbon emissions, making it easier to collaborate on fixes that last.
  • A reduction in operating costs and more predictable utility spend and labor expenses.
  • Optimized workflows so analysts can be freed up to establish more energy and carbon reduction programming.

Without modern energy management, you're experiencing:

  • Inefficient and energy- and carbon-intensive equipment operation.
  • Skyrocketing operating costs because operators have no view into actual energy usage or roadmap for ways to reduce consumption quickly and reliably.
  • Time wasted on routine data clean-up efforts for reporting utility consumption to boards and regulatory bodies.
  • Drift that compounds across an equipment's lifespan, bringing the building farther from design conditions and more prone to expensive break downs.

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While your teams may already utilize some form of energy management software, if it doesn’t incorporate real-time and historical data from all your energy consuming equipment plus a workflow tool for implementation and issue tracking, it’s time for an upgrade. 

A modern energy management system with a combination of advanced analytics, command-and-control from an integrated user interface, portfolio-wide data unification and a built-in work order tool will amplify your ability to keep up with the new demands on your energy and carbon reduction programs.

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IOT Jetstream

Integrated data layer for secure access to normalized building data across systems. Built on a GraphQL API, IOT Jetstream powers the onPoint UI for scalable deployment across portfolios of any size. For developers, all data is available in IOT Jetstream to connect and display in third party applications with no extra fees and very little coding required.



Fully integrated user interface for portfolio and building management. Complete with configurable dashboards to track resolutions on your highest priority issues, plus save-able charts to send to contractors and work requests for interaction and management of service providers.



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Industry-leading training and support services come standard with all Buildings IOT solutions. For those who need an extra set of eyes and more proactive implementation and management support, we’re here for that too.

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Ready to upgrade your energy management system with real-time data, advanced analytics and AI that doesn’t overpower?  

Let’s talk about how you’d like to use your operational data to reduce operational expenses, achieve energy savings, reach climate impact targets, comply with local laws and many more use cases.