EMIS ReportDesign-Prelim 2020sep11 - Page 7



Heat maps
Daily energy consumption load profiles
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
FIGURE ES-3: Examples of visual charting options available from EMIS
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Source: University of California Davis
Source: Macalester College
Organizations with EIS or FDD installations had
management practices from reactive to proactive.
a median 2-year simple payback period, making
Successful organizations – whether managing the
EMIS a highly competitive investment option when
analytics internally or through a third party – integrate
compared with other energy efficiency
EMIS review into their regular working
Gathering
cost
and
savings
technologies.
practices to identify sub-optimal
data was only one element
Gathering cost and savings data
performance before it shows up as
of the Smart Energy
was only one element of the Smart
comfort complaints or a spike in the
Analytics Campaign,
Energy Analytics Campaign, however.
energy bills.
Berkeley Lab also gathered data on
Table ES-1 (next page) summarizes
however. Berkeley Lab
non-energy benefits such as improved also gathered data on
Campaign results to date using data
occupant comfort or the ability to
collected from 104 participating
non-energy benefits such
validate the performance of energyorganizations. The high level of
as improved occupant
saving retrofits. The Campaign also
participation in the Smart Energy
comfort or the ability to
recognized 24 organizations for
Analytics Campaign points to a
validate the performance
their outstanding efforts with new
growing national trend in the use of
of energy-saving retrofits.
EMIS installations, exemplary best
analytics in commercial buildings. The
practices, and innovative deployment
Campaign supports an expansion in
of energy analytics, and cataloged an array of typical
the use and acceptance of EMIS, helping organizations
enablers and barriers to success. Once installed,
transition to building operations that are continuously
EMIS becomes a tool to facilitate a shift in energy
informed by analytics.
Berkeley Lab | Proving the Business Case for Building Analytics
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