Effective energy management is at the core of sustainable and cost-efficient operations. At CSR Sustain, we offer a holistic suite of services to streamline your energy management processes. From meticulous utility and meter data management to rigorous invoice validation, our expertise extends to providing in-depth energy analytics and reporting.
We also support your sustainability goals with comprehensive carbon reporting, invoice validation, and transparent tenant recharging solutions. With our integrated 3-phased approach, you can take control of your energy consumption, reduce operational costs, and enhance sustainability initiatives.
Identifying energy inefficiencies and implementing energy conservation measures can lead to significant cost savings on energy bills.
Monitoring energy consumption improves overall operational efficiency and reduces equipment downtime.
Monitoring indoor air parameters ensures that occupants are provided with a healthy and comfortable environment, reducing the risk of health problems associated with poor air quality.
Data analysis helps in fine-tuning the HVAC system to operate at its peak efficiency, maximising its lifespan and minimising operational costs.
Energy analytics empowers businesses to make data-driven decisions regarding energy management strategies.
Identifying anomalies in energy usage can indicate potential maintenance issues or faulty equipment that requires attention.Operational Efficiency
Identifying anomalies in energy usage can indicate potential maintenance issues or faulty equipment that requires attention.Invoice Validation
Identifying anomalies in energy usage can indicate potential maintenance issues or faulty equipment that requires attention.Performance Optimisation
We collect relevant data from various sources, such as utility meters, sub-meters, smart sensors, building management systems, or IoT devices. This data may include electricity, gas, water consumption, indoor environmental conditions, and other energy-related parameters.
We integrate the collected data into a central system or energy management platform, offering a comprehensive perspective on energy consumption. Advanced analytics techniques, like machine learning and data mining, are then used to detect trends and inefficiencies, enabling energy optimisation.
Based on the analysis results, we provide actionable recommendations to improve energy efficiency and reduce overall consumption in commercial buildings. Our energy platform offers real-time monitoring capabilities, enabling businesses to monitor energy usage continuously and respond rapidly to anomalies.
Through our comprehensive Energy Management service, invoice validation ensures that energy invoices are accurate and are in line with the actual energy consumption. We work with property portfolio owners and building tenants to take control of their energy costs and optimise their operational efficiency.
Our thorough process involves auditing utility invoices for discrepancies. Through this service, we assist our clients in achieving a transparent and reliable energy billing system that not only safeguards them against overcharges, but also provides a solid foundation for making informed energy management decisions.
Within a property, we accurately measuring individual tenant utility consumption and transparently bill tenants based on their actual usage. By utilising sub-meters or allocation methods, data is meticulously collected and analysed to facilitate fair and precise invoicing.
This process not only ensures equitable distribution of utility costs, but also fosters transparency and open communication between building management or landlords and tenants, ultimately enhancing property efficiency and value.
1. Utility Metering
The commercial property has a main utility meter that measures the total consumption of utilities (such as electricity, water, gas, or heating/cooling) for the entire building
2. Sub-meters or Allocation Methods
Tenant utility usage is quantified by installing individual sub-meters for each unit, measuring precise consumption. Alternatively, allocation methods, like square footage or headcount, fairly distribute costs amongst its occupants.
3. Data Collection
Utility consumption data is collected regularly either from the sub-meters or through the allocation method. For submetering, this data is usually automatically transmitted to the building management system or utility provider.
4. Tenant Billing
Based on the collected data, each tenant’s utility usage is calculated. The tenants are then billed individually for their specific consumption. The bills may include other service charges and taxes as well.