Reasons why you need
- eco-tracker provides timely energy monitoring, so savings
opportunities can be seized and problems corrected as early as possible,
maximising your savings.
- up-to-date data makes it much easier to relate changes in energy use to the
- the eco-tracker graphs are ideal for promoting discussion and exploration
of saving ideas by staff, contractors, ESD teams, etc.
- hourly data makes savings opportunities visible, which cannot be seen with
- sub-meter data allows you to pinpoint energy use, waste and opportunities<
- sub-meter data allows accurate allocation of energy costs
- a wide range of automatically drawn charts eliminate the drudgery of
analysing data; allowing you to concentrate on management and creativity
- our automatic weekly email report will give you concise and current
information on the weekly energy performance of your organisation, including
comparisons with the previous week and with the corresponding period a week
earlier. This can also be used to
compare energy consumption with targets.
- no nasty end-of-financial-year surprises; manage energy consumption throughout the year.
- eco-tracker automatically captures energy use data, eliminating the
time-consuming and error prone chore of entering invoice information into
spreadsheets or databases
- eco-tracker gives you the power to control energy consumption, costs and
greenhouse gas emissions.
- your energy data is stored on a commercial web server which is backed up
daily, and so is much more secure than if stored on a personal computer
or most office LANs
- the complete eco-tracker system uses your usual web browser and email software,
and so is accessible from anywhere with web access, and at anytime
- all your data can be accessed by individual staff members, including
different people accessing the same data at the same time
- you can configure different privileges for all the members of your team.
- eco-tracker allows you to communicate your organisation’s commitment to environmental management and progress made, to staff, customers, and
the public (but of course, you decide how accessible your organisation’s data