Discover our user friendly and intuitive features
Speed up your day-to-day energy management process through configurable widgets to monitor measurements, metrics and savings, and with a feed of all the energy wastage and failure notifications detected by our analytics software engines.
With the recently released Formula Composer tool you can create formula-based meters/graphs by doing operations and conditions across real meters, data points, constants and any numeric value. All created formula-points can be added to the dashboard and used for reports, charts and alerts. UPD: Added X-axis to find a correlation factor and linear regression formula in 2 clicks.
Don’t waste any more time analysing raw measurements. Let our analytics engines compare your energy use against expected patterns and alert you when your consumption becomes abnormal.
Measurement & Verification
Set baseline/reporting periods and routine/non-routine adjustments and let Wattics model your energy use and calculate kWh and €/$ savings according to IPMVP.
Assess the expected savings when negotiating new energy contracts with Utilities. Enter the tariffs offered by the various Utilities and our tool will calculate how much you would have paid for the past 12 months with each tariff for immediate benchmark.
Alarms & Events
Create alerts and be notified as soon as cost or consumption deviates from the expected pattern. You can choose between alerts based on percentage increases/decreases, alerts based on thresholds comparison, and alerts based on power activity between time windows. Receive alerts on your dashboard, via email & sms.
Analyse & Compare consumption data/trends
Analyse and compare your consumption and associated costs to identify where your money is spent within your organisation and where energy saving efforts must focus on. You can discover increase/decrease trends over periods and calculate your savings. You can also enter adjustment values.
Operations Wastage Analysis
Evaluate quickly patterns of power consumption and when peak load demand happens. Overnight activity and periods of high power activity will guide you to sources of operational wastage.
Power Quality Analysis
Access and visualise the wide range of electrical parameters for deep power quality analysis. Navigating through different periods of time allows you to visualise the latest kW, PF, V, I and THD readings and analyse daily/weekly patterns. Data can be exported in one click to image, PDF and CSV format.
Power usage effectiveness (PUE) is a measure of how efficiently a data center uses energy. Wattics dashboard provides you the tools to monitor in real-time your data centre PUE and be alerted whenever inefficiency is detected.
Organise your energy-saving projects in one place to reduce the time spent on tracking installations and behavioural changes. Compare daily average cost calculations to prove your project’s savings for clients or for certification.
Manage Users/Admin Tab
Connect your solar data to Wattics
Wattics has integrated with the SolarEdge API to assist users of solar PV systems to improve visibility into and better manage solar power generation. Renewable energy suppliers, as well as commercial and industrial companies who own solar systems, are able to tap into a new dimension in solar energy management and performance through machine-learning and analytics to determine a range of new insights. Learn more
The ‘Embedded Pages’ tool allows you to view useful web pages alongside your data analysis in the Wattics dashboard, without constantly having to open a new tab. Share energy efficiency tips with customers, add another portal related to your existing services, check electricity price overview websites, Wikipedia articles, tutorial videos and any additional content which brings additional value to customers.
Interactive notes allows energy managers to interact by sharing notes and comments about data patterns and other events associated with sites, energy meters, business and sensor data to improve collaboration and service to customers.
Peak Demand Finder
Identify peak demand (kVA) and consumption (kW) of individual appliances, of a particular organisation and/or site. Examine peak demand charges in utility energy bills to understand which equipment or areas of your business are costing you the most and where discrepancies exist between kW/kVa and its associated costs.
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