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Creates a personalized energy profile for a business by analyzing energy usage against a variety of additional variables. Load Mapping involves three steps: Data Aggregation, Analytic Action and Business Insights.
Combines large and complex data sets from many sources, including: Billions of points of electric interval data from AMR/AMI meters, participation in utility efficiency programs, user inputs, business firmographic data, weather data and Agentis models.
Agentis scientists cluster businesses and apply proprietary algorithms and comparison techniques to make inferences about what loads are consuming energy at a specific business. Further analysis identifies top candidates for behavior change and participation in utility sponsored efficiency programs.
The resulting building blocks form the basis for personalized recommendations and software applications. These insights answer the question utility's business customers ask most:
"What steps should I take to reduce energy usage?"
Collaborative Engagement unites employees behind their company's sustainability agenda by keeping them informed and motivated to make necessary changes. Collaborative Engagement involves three techniques: Multi-Touch Messaging, Social Influence and Sharing.
Multi-Touch Messaging makes it easy for businesses to interact with their energy data. The Agentis Platform allows access to energy information via multiple media, including email, direct mail and web applications.
Uses proven motivational techniques that help change behavior for improved energy efficiency. The Agentis Platform clusters and compares a business' energy use to similar companies and then allows employees to see and enact the top ranking recommendations. They can also discover how well their co-workers are doing within the program and try to raise their own personal best energy efficiency efforts.
Sharing within the Agentis Platform allows employees to swap information with current users and also invite new users to join in energy efficiency efforts. Sharing is a team-based approach—holding co-workers accountable for their part in energy savings will lead to lasting overall results.