Federal agencies, state and local governments, public school districts, colleges, and universities are entitled to EnergyCAP’s lowest available prices.
EnergyCAP has an information technology schedule contract with the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA). The GSA contract allows EnergyCAP to provide products and services to GSA-eligible organizations as an approved vendor, which expedites the purchasing process and guarantees the lowest available price.
For many organizations, the assurance of our best and final price allows the organization to forgo its standard bidding process, but we recommend that you review your individual organization’s procurement procedures. Ask your EnergyCAP sales representative for additional information.
40 U.S.C § 502 © offers the following definition of non-federal GSA-eligible organizations:
In the initial purchase year of EnergyCAP, there are two main fees, an annual subscription fee and a one-time fee.
The annual subscription fee is based on the software features you select and the number of meters (points-of-service) to be tracked. The license subscription also provides hosting services, access to technical support, and regular software upgrades. CAPture Services are included in the annual fees if optioned.
The one-time fees are for professional startup and setup services based on the scope of work to get EnergyCAP implemented and your staff trained.
EnergyCAP licenses are based on the number of meters to be tracked. Each unique point of service that has a use, cost, reading, or GHG value counts as a meter. These points are the commodities found on a utility bill and tracked by utility accounts (electric, gas, oil, propane, refuse, recycling, water, sewer, etc.) or are commodity values important to track for reporting purposes (occupancy, production, miles driven, miles flown, etc.). Typically, one utility bill account includes one meter (electric) however some utility accounts are summaries and include multiple meters or commodities (electric and gas). Other utilities do not have a physical meter (trash, recycling, sewer, or telecom) but are still tracked as a meter. Additionally, any cost allocation or tenant account based on submeters, formulas, or splits are setup as meters.
To ensure successful deployment of EnergyCAP, we offer implementation and training services tailored to meet your organization’s needs. An experienced project manager will be assigned to work with you and will lead the implementation project to its successful completion. Behind the project manager stands a talented support team with decades of combined implementation experience. Our project management staff includes Certified Energy Managers (CEM) and Business Energy Professionals (BEP), as certified by the Association of Energy Engineers.
Learn more about our implementation, training, and professional services here.
EnergyCAP is a Software-as-a-Service platform with an annual subscription. Our comprehensive Software Subscription Agreement is available for download and review. The agreement includes, as appropriate, details on license terms, database hosting services, maintenance and support services, professional services, and CAPture services. A sales associate can provide additional details on licensing and our services upon request.