EnergyPQA.com™ Next Generation Energy Management Cloud Solution
The EnergyPQA.com™ application is a powerful energy management Cloud solution providing energy analytics and predictions, reducing costs and improving power system reliability. It surpasses traditional Energy Management systems by adding energy prediction engines and deep insights into power quality.
The application displays voltage, current, watts, VARs, Power Factor, Frequency, and other parameters for your meters at all your facilities, while its AI and machine learning provide predicted usage and demand, allowing you to implement cost savings plans before costs, such as Peak Demand charged, are incurred.
EnergyPQA.com™ also provides email of alarm conditions, including Peak Demand, new Peak Demand within three days, all power quality events, out of limit conditions, and new waveform recordings. The system’s alarm feature joins the predicted usage and demand as an essential tool in allowing you to be proactive in addressing power reliability and usage costs.
|Facility Energy Analysis||Predictive Load Intelligence||Power Quality Insights|
|Meter Data Management||Energy Usage Billing||Data Integrity and Security|
|Automated Reports||Hourly Email Alerts|
In addition, its Cloud based design lets you use the EnergyPQA.com™ application to compare energy usage throughout an Enterprise, in order to optimize energy consumption and demand. EnergyPQA.com™ lets you analyze your facilities’ power quality using waveform fault events, THD, and other alarm events.The system’s reporting feature lets you create customized reports of meter data and schedule them for automatic emailing to multiple email addresseses.
The EnergyPQA.com™ application is hosted and maintained by EIG, so no client software or VPN access is needed; the user signs onto the system with an encrypted username and password. And the system uses advanced Cyber secure tools, including limitation to user access, to assure that your data is safely hosted and cannot be compromised.
|Commercial and Industrial