Case Study

High vacancy rates, falling rents and decreased budgets for projects like retrofitting are forcing corporate property managers to seek immediate cost reduction. Energy represents nearly 20% of total corporate building expenditures. With minimal funding for larger retrofitting projects, energy professionals need to be able to pinpoint overuse and inefficiency, and to identify quick-wins that immediately reduce operating costs and improve cash flow.DEXCell Energy Manager unifies data from heterogeneous sources and enables energy professionals to get a global view, or drill down into usage specifics to identify specific savings opportunities. The software monitors systems like lighting and air conditioning and weighs performance against variables like time of day, consumption by department, floor, area or even cost per square meter. By identifying and implementing simple measures across locations, consumption can drop by as much as 15% without impacting comfort levels.Here are some of the DEXCell Energy Manager features that help those responsible for energy savings in corporate buildings to do their jobs well:

  • Consumption validation for varying tariff time zones
  • Cost breakdown for common areas
  • Energy consumption map
  • Expenses allocation by department
  • Passive consumption auto-detection
  • Cost per square meter, per person, per degree day