More than 2,500 organizations across North America benefit from our EnergyCAP utility bill accounting & energy management software. The case studies below describe EnergyCAP’s valuable role in helping commercial organizations analyze their energy data, reduce energy consumption and utility spending, automate repetitive accounting tasks, track energy reduction goals, and more.
Centralized processing cut late fees and led to improved accounting
Uniform company updates bill processing, improves reporting, and discovers sewer savings
An energy procurement company broadens its energy service offerings
Federal, state, and municipal governments face a wide range of energy management challenges: decentralized utility bill processing, energy reduction mandates, staffing shortages, renewable energy tracking, and others. Below are real-life examples of how EnergyCAP provided the foundation for government entities to streamline the inefficient and simplify the complex.
Tucson's EnergyCAP implementation reveals issues and opportunities
Focused leadership and re-imagined processes are saving kilowatts
James City County unifies energy management with a software solution
LFUCG's Energy Initiatives team uses EnergyCAP to communicate effectively on all government levels
An energy management response to the Energy Efficiency Act
Energy Management and Accounting teams work together to assure efficiency
Seeking sustainability, the City adopts EnergyCAP to achieve its goals
Challenge assumptions and demolish energy myths to realize savings
Their part-time energy manager is helping the City out of fiscal crisis
The City's EDI utility bill management is winning national awards
Utility bill accounting and energy management can be extremely complex within the higher education campus setting. The case studies below illustrate how EnergyCAP will help you overcome those challenges within one comprehensive application and customized implementation, performing chargebacks for billable accounts, auditing for data errors, exporting data for custom reporting, analyzing trends to identify anomalies, and measuring and verifying energy conservation projects.
A university sets out to establish a “culture of conservation”
A nighttime drive results in changing campus energy culture
Billing, benchmarking and chargebacks are all in a day's work
Public school saves $70+ million on utilities in two decades
Energy management software for data collection and Actual Use invoicing