Your job as Energy Manager is challenging, so here are some free online tools to make your job easier. They’ll help you with utility bills, ENERGY STAR ratings, degree day data, carbon tracking, unit conversions, energy training, and more.
The mission of EnergyCAP, Inc. is to help you get value from your utility bills through industry-leading energy management software. EnergyCAP offers a variety of free resources to help energy managers succeed, including videos, webinars, blog posts, ebooks, case studies, and a free software trial.
The energy manager can use the Power Profiler developed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to determine power and grid region based on ZIP code and electric utility, as well as compare and calculate emissions.
Created by the EPA, this calculator may be useful to energy managers in communicating your greenhouse gas reduction strategy, reduction targets, or other initiatives aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
This is a regression analysis-based tool to help plant and corporate managers establish a normalized baseline of energy consumption, track annual progress of intensity improvements, energy savings, Superior Energy Performance (SEP) EnPIs, and other EnPIs that account for variations due to weather, production, and other variables.
Formerly hosted by the U.S. Department of Energy, this extensive directory provides information on hundreds of building software tools for evaluating energy efficiency, renewable energy, and sustainability in buildings.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), an agency of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) publishes facts and statistics on energy use in homes, commercial buildings, manufacturing and transportation on their Consumption & Efficiency site.
AEE provides information and networking in the energy industry as a growing professional association of over 16,000 professionals in 90 countries and its widely recognized energy certification programs.
Through multimedia content and an online community of energy professionals, Noesis offers instant access to experts and information to help users analyze their data, identify initiatives, and implement a plan, all for free.
The CommercialEnergyLibrary™ presents what can be complex concepts in easy-to-understand explanations and examples, such as the difference between energy and demand, peak and non-peak demand, varying rate schedules, commercial and industrial energy technologies, and billing concepts.
Headquartered in London, EnergyDeck is an energy & resource management platform for the built environment using IoT technology to monitor and reduce consumption, save costs, and meet sustainability targets. It has a one-month free trial.