PredictEnergy® Tour Overview
PredictEnergy® is a software providing real-time cloud-based energy analytics that help you identify the primary economic driver of energy costs in the context of your business and utility tariff. Here are a few PredictEnergy® tour screenshots to give you an overview about the energy analytics platform.
The Dashboard view can be customized for your specific facility. This is a dashboard for a waste-water facility. The left side panel shows real-time weather from an instrumented weather station located at the facility. Working from left to right, the widgets on the top row show the plant's Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) as the water district has defined them.
The bottom row shows the associated energy data. From left to right, there is specific peak energy demand, Distributed Energy Resource (DER) output - in this case a co-generation facility, and average daily peak demand for the trailing five days.
All the critical information in one customizable dashboard view.
Energy and Power over Time
This graph shows a visualization of energy (kWh) in blue and power/demand (kW) in red over time. It's a very useful chart to see how the load profile changes over the course of the day. Specifically, we're looking for demand spikes since they can have an outsized impact on the overall utility bill. They also persist and drive bills up for extended periods even when the spike is accidental or unnecessary.
Composite Load Curve
The graph in the top right frame shows energy cost over time, overlaid with energy cost per unit production. This is an incredibly useful visualization in that it shows the relationship between electricity cost and the specific Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that you have selected for your enterprise. The chart incorporates KPIs, energy, power, time of use and your tariff.
The bottom chart shows a visualization of energy (kWh) and power/demand (kW). Comparing the top and bottom charts shows where electricity is placing (possibly) an unnecessary burden on operational costs. The Navigator on the left hand side of the screen shows all the selected parameters used in the visualization.