Managing and benefiting from meter data has never been easier!

Jessica Oneal

October 13, 2016

In my previous post, I talked about the new ED mobile app (read about it here).
Today I am going to explain how the EnergyDeck app provides users a new and advanced way of organising data.


Introducing… The new EnergyDeck Mobile App

Jessica Oneal

August 25, 2016

Managing energy can be complicated and confusing to the untrained eye. The EnergyDeck platform already provides a simple and powerful user interface to track and manage buildings. However we thought it was time that this interface was pocket sized. The perfect solution? The new EnergyDeck app.


Capturing the Benefits: Tracking audits and projects in EnergyDeck

Nick Mason

October 13, 2015

At EnergyDeck we’re busy building features that enable users to get to grips with how effective their energy efficiency audits really are. The latest piece of this puzzle was launched last week - users now have the capability to add projects to audit records, which in turn drops them automatically into your projects portfolio.

The project records themselves have also been improved, with the workflow now allowing projects to be tracked from identification, to qualification to completion. Which in turn allows users to understand what the audit estimated the savings to be, what the business case said the savings would be, and then what actually was saved.


Quality Data In, Quality Decisions Out - introducing data quality tracking for EnergyDeck

Nick Mason

September 29, 2015

At EnergyDeck we believe that for our users to successfully run their buildings better the essential first step is having confidence in their data. So to support this confidence, enabling better analysis and decision making, we’ve recently launched a brand new feature: Data Quality.


Model and track complex buildings in EnergyDeck

Bruno Girin

August 15, 2014

You may have noticed over the past few weeks that the way sites are presented on EnergyDeck has changed considerably.

For one thing, you can now get up and running much faster with our simpler site creation forms, while at the same time we’ve added tabs to give you the option to capture much more additional information about your building and how you use it.

As well as these two changes, there was an even more fundamental update relating to how buildings are conceptualised on EnergyDeck.

From the beginning, we have provided users with the ability to create sites and subsites. This meant you could create a building and then model individual areas inside that building, for example floors. However, if you wanted to go further and divide the areas into smaller areas, for example divide the floors into individual rooms, you couldn’t.

But that was then, and this is now: we’ve lifted this limitation meaning you can now divide and subdivide a building to your heart’s content!

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