No summer break at EnergyDeck: instead we have a new arrival and a Cisco BIG Awards announcement

Benjamin Kott

August 16, 2013

August has seen the arrival of Nicholas Mason, who joins the EnergyDeck team as Director of Business Development. Nic joins us from CBRE’s Energy & Sustainability Team where he was a senior E&S consultant providing carbon reporting and energy management services to companies such as Sainsbury’s, Nomura, C&A Europe and CBRE Global Investors. Prior to CBRE, Nic worked at Westminster City Council as their carbon, energy and sustainable procurement manager.

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Managing Your Energy Supply Contracts

Bruno Girin

July 29, 2013

The eagle eyed amongst you will have noticed that a brand new sub-menu appears under the Setup menu in EnergyDeck:

This new Contracts menu allows you to manage your energy supplier contracts and their associated tariffs. You can setup what contracts you have with what suppliers, specify details of the various tariffs under those contracts and link individual meters to each tariff. If a tariff changes, all meters linked to that tariff will automatically see the change and costs will be updated accordingly.

Keep reading for a quick introduction to the full functionality.

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EnergyDeck wins public vote and is crowned Idea Idol champion at Green Corporate Energy '13

Benjamin Kott

July 04, 2013

Last week we participated in the Idea Idol competition of Green Monday's premier annual energy event: Green Corporate Energy 2013. Having made it through several stages of assessment, we were given the opportunity to pitch EnergyDeck to a panel of select judges and an audience consisting of highly experienced energy and sustainability porfessionals.

Idea Idol Panel

Continue reading to view the post of the Green Mondays team on the event, or read the original article here.

Tags:   awards , company updates

Linear Regression in EnergyDeck: how to make the most of it

Bruno Girin

July 04, 2013

If you've been entering meter readings, you may have noticed a new tab in the Meter Details view (the view you get when clicking on any meter name in the Setup section) called Regression Analysis. This post provides a quick tour of the new functionality.

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More Spring Features: Organisational Hierarchy Part 2 (Aggregation)

Bruno Girin

May 30, 2013

As promised in part 1, we've improved the organisation hierarchy features over the past few weeks. You can now run reports at any level of the organisation.

In Trend Analysis, you will now see up to three types of meters at every organisation level:

  1. Grand Total: Sites Total + Sub-Units Total (in other words, Grand Total gives you the aggregate value of all total* meters at this level and all underlying levels of the organisation)
  2. Sites Total: shows the aggregate value of all total meters from sites allocated to this level (but not at organisation levels underneath, e.g. for sub-units)
  3. Sub-Units Total: shows the aggregate value of all total meters from sites allocated to underlying organisation units (but not for sites at the active organisation level)

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