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Ten Things to Look For in an Energy Efficiency Tracking System

Energy efficiency program implementation is becoming more and more sophisticated as the goals for the EE Department and the budgets are increased. An efficient-tracking system is essential for the proper management of the entire portfolio of programs that need to be run by a limited resource pool. The days of managing programs using Microsoft Excel Read more about Ten Things to Look For in an Energy Efficiency Tracking System[…]

How organizations can reduce energy consumption

The demand for energy is relatively higher around this time of the year in most parts of the United States, and organizations want to make sure there is no deterioration in their energy conservation efforts. Certain organizations have dedicated energy management programs, while the majority do not. It is observed that even the most sophisticated Read more about How organizations can reduce energy consumption[…]

5 ways cities can overcome energy efficiency barriers

There is a huge scope of improvement for energy efficiency programs in cities, in spite of some major obstacles to certain energy saving strategies. A collective effort is required between the government, industries, and civilians, with technology acting as the medium to connect these three major entities of any city. It is very critical to Read more about 5 ways cities can overcome energy efficiency barriers[…]

Get your energy efficiency tracking system up and running in a few days, not months

Tracking systems are very personal. Every program is unique, every market is different, and every year presents new challenges and opportunities. Every utility and program administrator wants to do things in a different manner molding their programs to the specifics of their customer base. In the past, tracking systems were custom built to accommodate the Read more about Get your energy efficiency tracking system up and running in a few days, not months[…]

Cost Effectiveness testing in the Energy Efficiency Program Life Cycle

Due to the cumbersome spreadsheet method of evaluating cost effectiveness for energy efficiency and demand-side management programs, Transmission and Distribution Utilities (TDU) tend to face a mammoth challenge in methodically meeting their business needs. Utilities prefer testing and evaluation of cost effectiveness ‘instantaneously’ during the planning and implementation phase, considering every measure in a project. Read more about Cost Effectiveness testing in the Energy Efficiency Program Life Cycle[…]

Press Release: ePLAN conforms to the NSPM

The Cost Effectiveness evaluation tool for Energy Utilities, conforms with the new National Standard Practice Manual (NSPM) guidelines. ANB Systems, Inc.’s Cost Effectiveness evaluation tool, ePLAN for energy efficiency and demand response programs of Transmission and Distribution Utilities (TDU), conforms to the National Standard Practice Manual (NSPM) guidelines and the new Resource Value Framework and Read more about Press Release: ePLAN conforms to the NSPM[…]