It shouldn’t take a superhero to manage energy.
But suppose it did. What would be his superpowers? Meet Energy Captain.
He’s the defender of the energy budget, an enemy of waste, and protector of the bottom line! Energy Captain fights full time to keep energy use in check, and in his tireless pursuit of energy efficiency, he saves his company a financial bundle.
Using super skills and an awesome technological arsenal, Energy Captain is able to turn any crisis into green savings—financial and environmental. He’s ready to spring into action at the first sign of trouble from those evil ewogs (energy-wasting hogs), no matter what form they take.
Here are five of his favorite skills and tools. But alas, it doesn’t take a superhero. It just takes EnergyCAP.
EnergyCAP energy management software helps you take raw data and make it meaningful. Using financial and organizational hierarchies you can isolate a single property, meter, cost center, or account, in order to size up a problem and set priorities.
When invoices from vendors are electronically imported into EnergyCAP, then shared with your accounting software, you can spend more time efficiently managing your resources, and less time searching for reliable data.
EnergyCAP’s powerful audits and accounts payable export feature helps you improve and automate bill verification and payment processes while eliminating the need for duplicate data entry.
EnergyCAP’s audit library has over 50 audits that help you to flag unusually high or low usage, missing bills, and abnormal billing dates. You can even set up audits to run automatically.
You need energy management software strong enough to keep up with the latest standards and regulations. Since EnergyCAP automatically submits building data to ENERGY STAR’s Portfolio Manager while maintaining all your energy data on a single platform, you can focus more of your time and energy on ensuring that all your properties are making the grade.
With EnergyCAP, submeter readings can be used to create accurate chargeback invoices for customers, building tenants, or departments. Cost allocation and re-billing are vital business practices for many organizations.
Can you think of other skills or tools that would be helpful to Energy Captain? You can comment by clicking here.
Or to discover five more super skills and tools, read the white paper.