Energyvision allows organisations to achieve high economy and to maximize energy efficiency of their buildings.

This software tool automatically collects and analyzes all forms of energy consumption. Using visually appealing graphics and charts, our software guarantees a well-ordered and easily-understood presentation of the information you need. Energyvision helps you to collect, archive, evaluate and visualise your energy consumption and enables you to realize substantial reductions in your energy costs.



Daily consumption bar charts to visualize the current energy profile of a building, and benchmark the current week or month against the previous week, and the same week last year.

Daily consumption for each week or month period is shown as a set of bars in a particular colour. Particular time periods can be excluded from the view by selecting that period.


The energy ranking chart makes it easy to identify the high and low consumers between a group of meters, buildings, floors, or zones. Consumers can be ranked in ascending or descending order. Selecting a particular consumer hides that consumer from the ranking order, recalculates the order, and redraws the chart in the correct scale.


Our advanced bar charts show energy each day, week, month or year, and can show a breakdown of how different consumers contribute to each day’s energy consumption. A target line allows you to easily visualise how your building is performing. Analyse your building performance over the day, week, month or year using a single mouse click.


Energy contribution pie charts show how particular buildings, or zones contribute to the total energy consumption or cost. Charts can be rotated, and segments highlighted for comparison.

Tool tips show what a particular segment represents, the consumption of individual areas, and the proportion of the total.


Regression Analysis identifies relationships between weather data (average temperatures or degree days) and the energy consumption of buildings. This tool performs regression using the sum of squares algorithm to measure the actual consumption against the predicted energy consumption. The multi-regression analysis option performs three independent linear regressions for heating, zero-energy periods, and cooling periods.


Energy Temperature Analysis helps users to visualise the effect of variations in the outside temperature on a building’s energy consumption over a year. Ideal consumptions can be defined for various temperature ranges along with the tolerance values. This analysis tool enables users to draw conclusions on the performance of their building


Instant reports can be generated from each graph or chart as csv or pdf. Automated reports can also be automatically generated to PDF file and saved locally, or periodically sent to email accounts.


EnergyVision allows you to group together a collection of meters for a particular zone, building, site etc. This is a key component of the system providing valuable data for graphical representation of energy consumption, and peak demand for a range of different periods using either a single meter, or a group of sub meters. Consumption and peak demand is automatically calculated for the current hour, last hour, current day, last day, current week, and last week. The system keeps a record of the hourly energy consumption for individual meters, groups of meter, and calculated virtual energy meters.


Kiosk mode displays a selection of pages in a rotating sequence for display in a building reception or breakout area. The order of pages, and dwell time between pages can be easily configured. This system allows you to display your buildings energy consumption alongside your corporate messages and public announcements


We provide commercial quality digital signage solutions to increase employee engagement, morale and participation in energy saving initiatives. Our displays help to share corporate messages, to reinforce company values, highlight health and safety or to welcome clients into your building.

Position screens where your staff and visitor will see them – corridors, cafeterias, in reception, or even on the production line