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Smart Energy Analytics
Campaign Results
HIGHLIGHTS:




Successful EMIS installations demonstrated across
a large, diverse dataset comprising many market
sectors and portfolio sizes
Broad set of energy and non-energy benefits
achieved using EMIS
EMIS shown to have a 2-year simple payback with
low upfront costs
Key enablers and barriers to success documented
I
n this section, we summarize information from
104 public and private sector organizations,
representing a total gross floor area of 567
million sq ft and more than 6,500 buildings. Nineteen
organizations (Campaign participants) had not yet
implemented their EMIS and did not have data to
report. Therefore, our analysis of the EMIS systems
installed, represented
The findings provide an
in Figure 5 (next
overview of the types of
page), is based on
activities, analytic tools,
85 participating
and energy management organizations
processes that Campaign representing more than
participants use
506 million square feet
and 5,900 buildings.
There were different reporting rates for different
data requests, and the number of organizations (n)
and square footage are reported for each finding.
The findings provide an overview of the types of
activities, analytic tools, and energy management
processes that Campaign participants use. The
section summarizes EMIS and MBCx benefits, costs,
and cost-effectiveness results. Using data gathered
through Campaign interactions, enablers and barriers
to implementation are also summarized.
Berkeley Lab | Proving the Business Case for Building Analytics
3. SMART ENERGY ANALYTICS CAMPAIGN RESULTS
SECTION 3:
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