For all champions of renewable energy or smart energy conservation, understanding the mathematical details is a fundamental part of the formula.
All of those bothersome details that accompany the monthly utility bill, if properly managed, can save consumers more than a few bucks. A UK company of interest is BizEE Software, which offers a free trial so an inquisitive type can find out how well it works. After that, the Windows-based software sells for $495 (USD) – not inexpensive, but worth it if the free trial shows that significant savings might be in store from using the software.
“We believe that business energy-efficiency needs to become simpler and more cost-effective before it can become more popular,” the company states on its website.
As the company points out, Energy Lens converts the tedious energy-consumption data into useful charts and figures tat can be used to track energy performance and savings, whether using renewable energy like wind or solar or standard fossil fuels energy.
- When and where you’re wasting energy
- How much energy you’re wasting
- How much progress you’ve made at reducing consumption
“Analyzing your energy-consumption data can help you to figure out where to start with your energy-saving efforts, where to go next, and how well you’re doing as you go along,” writes the team at Energy Lens.
This video shows how the software can be used.
For individuals or businesses interested in taking energy management seriously, this BizEE and Energy Lens software is worth the investigative time.
Chart photos: Energy Lens
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