The patented SiteSage™ system manages energy, water, and equipment across all of your locations. It has been shown to reduce energy costs by 10-20% and to pay for itself in under 2 years, often in 12 months or less. It is simple, powerful, and specifically designed to manage a portfolio of small facilities.
SiteSage combines centralized control of HVAC and other critical equipment with remote monitoring of electrical usage, and applies patented analytics to better manage equipment performance and identify savings opportunities. SiteSage helps maintain the correct balance between comfort and cost; provides a clear, detailed analysis of where energy dollars are going; and delivers timely alerts about equipment performance and other issues. And SiteSage makes it easy to see all locations, identify top performers, and drill down to the equipment level at any facility. SiteSage is the only energy management system endorsed by the Green Restaurant Association.
With SiteSage you can:
SiteSage makes it simple to benchmark energy and water usage across all facilities in the portfolio, as a function of key performance indicators. Benchmarking enables companies to understand which facilities are performing above and beyond - and then drill down to learn why, providing a way for facility managers to quickly hone in on which pieces of equipment are in need of attention across the entire portfolio.
And, unlike traditional building energy management systems, SiteSage is cost-effective, easy to learn, and easy to use. It offers maximum cost reduction with minimal staff involvement.
“A little over a year ago, we installed a system to monitor electricity usage and provide alerts to the GM for certain events in [two locations]. At the end of the year, all restaurants had about a 6% drop in dollars as rates came down, but [the two pilot locations] saw a 15% and 17% drop, respectively. As a result of the success of that test, and the great enthusiasm from both [general managers], we have decided to roll this system through the remaining restaurants.”