Interval Meter Data

If you have Smart Meters, Compass gives you smart programs.

With near real-time information, Smart Meters enable you to make informed decisions on optimizing energy consumption and reducing energy bills. However, like people, commercial buildings change over time with things like workforce reductions, departmental growth, IT virtualization, etc., all of which can greatly impact the energy profile of a building and can make it difficult to accurately track energy savings from building retrofits or energy efficient behavioral initiatives.

In order to prevent overestimated or underestimated energy savings estimates, Compass adjusts interval meter data for local weather and changes in building conditions (ex. number of occupants, space type, occupied sq footage etc.) to give you what we call “an adjusted baseline.” Compass compares unfiltered interval meter data to the adjusted baseline so that you, or your customers, can more accurately track energy savings from building retrofits or behavioral initiatives in near real-time. Stop estimating—and start tracking real energy savings in your buildings—with Compass.

Scenario 1 : Track Saving From a Building Retrofit


You are the owner of a commercial office building and would like to accurately track the daily energy savings from a recent chiller upgrade, but you recently lost an anchor tenant, which will…
Reduce thenumber of PCs in the building

Reduce the number of occupants in the building

Reduce the energy profile of the building 

Scenario 2: Track Saving From a Behavioral Initiative


You are the owner of several multifamily buildings and would like to see the impact that your “Turn the Lights Off” initiative is having on your energy usage but one of your existing tenants recently added 20 new staff, which will…

Increase the number of PCs in the building

Increase the number of workers on shift

Increase the energy profile of the building