10,000+ energy and sustainability managers trust EnergyCAP with their data. The stories below describe EnergyCAP's role in helping public and private sector clients capture, allocate, analyze, and report on their energy and sustainability data.
In this video we chat with Cas de Roij, Owner and Director of Klictix, and learn how he benefits from using Wattics, an EnergyCAP Solution, to keep customers informed about their facilities' energy consumption.
In this video, we chat with Robert Oliver, Energy Manager at Ypsilanti Community Schools, to learn how his team has been using EnergyCAP to manage gas, water, sewer, and electrical invoices since 1997
Southeastern Freight Lines (SEFL) is one of the largest less-than-truckload carriers in the United States, with 82 shipping facilities throughout the Southeast. SEFL’s ongoing quality control processes have contributed to a reputation for excellence and outstanding customer satisfaction.
Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) is a branch of the Loudoun County, Virginia, government, and serves the student population of the entire county. In a region of rapid population growth, LCPS is the fastest-growing school division in Virginia and one of the fastest-growing public school districts in the United States, serving over 76,000 students in the 2015–2016 academic year.
The University of New Mexico’s (UNM) main campus was founded in 1889 and currently consists of 165 facilities over approximately 800 acres in scenic Albuquerque. Six branch campuses across the state add nearly 200 facilities, bringing the university’s total usable space to more than 12 million square feet.
Texas State University (TxState) is the largest university in the Texas State University System and the fifth-largest university in Texas. The university provides undergraduate and graduate degree programs for more than 34,000 students at San Marcos and Round Rock campuses.
The University of Kansas is a major teaching and research institution.
Oklahoma State University (OSU) enrolls more than 35,000 students and has more than 300 facilities across a five-campus network.
The City of Virginia Beach is the most populous city in Virginia, with a utility budget of $24 million.