All submetering is metering but not all metering is submetering. And it's important to know the difference
utiliVisor analyzes the factors that go into accurately predicting energy consumption as building occupancy changes.
utiliVisor, an energy plant optimization and tenant submetering company, appoints Kathleen Fealy as Marketing Director..
There's a big problem with unlimited data and energy insights. Shannon McAuliffe, utiliVisor's Director of Sales Southwest, shares how to overcome this problem.
Gotham 360's executive partner, Jennifer Kearney, shares her insights on energy management in uncertain times, the changes in various sectors, and the importance of collaborating with other energy experts.
utiliVisor CEO, Richard Angerame, donates $1 Million to SUNY Maritime College. The largest unrestricted gift from an individual in school history.
Waiting to take action on NYC Local Laws 97, 88, and 85 can be costly for commercial buildings. Take action now. Your bottom line (and ownership) will thank you.
utiliVisor's new Director of Energy Metering, Melissa Morales, talks about working at utiliVisor, her new role, and how she and the utiliVisor team continue to help clients save money and energy - despite the challenges of COVID.
Looking for a way to cut energy costs and energy consumption of shopping malls? Here's everything you need to know about how to save energy in a shopping mall.
Need to improve your building efficiency with zero upfront cost? C-PACE financing covers 100% of the upfront costs to complete energy efficiency, renewable energy, and resiliency projects.
COVID-19 created unforeseeable challenges for our clients. With detailed energy insights and a 24/7 operations team, we help clients adapt and optimize energy during this time.
Medical leaders recognize that energy efficiency is critical to public health and partner with experts in energy management.
University submetering, energy efficiency, and sustainability is about collaboration. Northwestern, Stein Sustainability, and utiliVisor prove the model.
NJIT is an example of how top universities are taking a collaborative approach to energy management and sustainability.
utiliVisor and TDIndustries exceed expected savings with their collaborative approach to energy solutions at the George R. Brown Convention Center.
New York City continues to take bold leaps in energy efficiency legislation. To meet the city’s goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 80% by 2050, the New York City Council introduced Int. No. 1253.
The ongoing explosion of tech-driven products and services may temporarily help building managers, but without quality data your building operations will not achieve energy efficiency.
Texas Tech’s leaders recognized the need for detailed monitoring and engineering oversight to achieve fully optimized energy solutions - and it paid off.
Energy management software assumes that a one-size-fits-all approach will work for all facilities, but every facility has different, already existing systems that require a uniquely tailored solution.
NYU Langone Medical Center is committed to meeting sustainability goals and built a best-in-class energy management program. We came on board to oversee the chilled water plant and distribution at the facility.
The standardization and simplification of the recharge process optimized operational time and created visibility that had not existed before and freed up operational time.
The team used custom analytics to optimize energy performance and develop an efficient operation and reporting system. The improvements have saved $52k with potential for further savings.
Baltimore’s Department of Public Works is realizing that the time has come for water billing transparency and accuracy.
utiliVisor received top recognition from NYSERDA's Real Time Energy Management (RTEM) program. utiliVisor was recognized as a top-performing vendor offering utility Real Time Energy Monitoring Services. Over 150 vendors applied for the RTEM program, and utiliVisor was ranked #2 based on consistent utility savings generated for clients.
What if an energy sub-metering service could streamline your approach to campus energy management and make your financial reporting easier and more accurate?
After deciding that “utiliVisor’s monitoring and reporting is exceptionally precise,” JD Companies awards utiliVisor with a major energy monitoring project in NJ.
Shannon McAuliffe is the new Director of Sales for utiliVisor Southwest - building relationships with managers in industrial, healthcare, educational, hospitality, government organizations as they look to improve operations with utiliVisor’s energy plant monitoring, submetering, billing services.
Northwestern University has awarded a contract for submetering and monthly recharge process to utiliVisor for the purpose of increasing efficiency.
The next generation of so-called green leases will require tenant sub-metering to show compliance with lease terms. So, commercial property owners…why wait?
Partnering with TD Industries in Dallas, utiliVisor opened an office to serve the Southwest with expert energy monitoring, analysis, and submetering services.
With TD Industries' energy monitoring system, utiliVisor's expert engineers analyze data to create an efficient operating strategy for 50 buildings.
With effective submetering, utiliVisor helped New York City's Sage Realty to save money on energy costs, increase efficiency, and accurately bill tenants.
With 928 meters and 206 tenant accounts, utiliVisor is implementing an enterprise-wide submeter reading and cost allocation service in New York and Houston.
Designed to provide reliable heat and power to four NYC institutions, generate an estimated $87.2 million in benefits and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Now accredited as a qualified service provider for the new NYSERDA Real Time Energy Management (RTEM) program to support building owners and management.
Building on the existing submetering infrastructure in place, utiliVisor updated Union Station to the latest in submetering solutions with real-time data.
New York – Presbyterian Hospital worked together with utiliVisor to use weather analytics to improve its chiller plant performance.
Using utiliVisor's real time energy monitoring software Hartz Mountain Industries’ 667 Madison Avenue tower achieved a 38% reduction in energy costs.
Through continual energy monitoring and chiller plant optimization, Texas Tech has been able to save over $200,000 thanks to increased energy efficiency.
Our energy monitoring, with real-time performance analytics and a staff of specialized engineers interpret it, has a better ROI than "black box" systems.
For large buildings with unique needs, a custom energy solution is best. With a custom solution, Hackensack University Medical Center saves $473k annually.
With the help of a financial incentive provided by NYSERDA; the New York Energy $mart program, this cancer center improved energy efficiency 1,547,861 kWh.
Working with New York Presbyterian Hospital, utiliVisor found the main source of inefficiency - the chilled water plants. Now they save $2 million annually.
By implementing ongoing utility management services, TWU was able to significantly reduce energy consumption and costs, even in the coldest months.
With 40 floors, the Eleven Times Square has plenty of tenants to bill. With utiliVisor energy submetering and billing, they now bill accurately and quickly.
With two new chillers, One New York Plaza needed chiller plant optimization services to deliver the maximum free cooling to the building based on the season.
While being sensitive to the unique needs of the healthcare industry, utiliVisor was able to improve the energy efficiency of a major cancer center in NYC.
Working with TD Industries, utiliVisor implemented energy tracking services to analyze chiller plant performance and implement conservation measures.
Despite having a Building Management System, Hartz Mountain's energy plant was inefficient. Working with building automation, they saved over $40k.
By tracking seasonal energy loads and plant performance through building energy monitoring, utiliVisor saved Hartz Mountain $60k.