Energy Management Software
Our world-class energy management software helps eliminate utility waste, saves you money and improves your sustainability efforts.
How Energy Manager can help you
Brightly Energy Manager™ is an energy management software that empowers facility and energy managers alike to identify utility waste, better prioritize action and make smarter operational decisions with centralized management of utilities.
Centralized utility data allows you to easily identify opportunities for improvement, plan and save money
Create, manage and maintain checklists to help turn sustainability from a buzzword to an action plan
Have a 360-degree view of your energy usage and leverage data to make more informed decisions
Compare energy usage across facilities and put a stop to costly waste
Automate utility bill entry so you can spend time where it matters
Understand your carbon footprint and get help with sustainability initiatives
Optimize your energy usage & spending with a cloud-based energy management system
Not all energy tools are built the same. Energy Manager automates your utility processes and helps you reduce usage, save money and optimize your operations. Connect your utility activity across stakeholders and access important utility usage data from anywhere in one simple energy management solution.
Simple Centralized Dashboard
Monitor all energy consumption and related work from a single dashboard with trends, costs and usage for all your utilities for a real-time view of what matters most to you. Quickly access the information you need for a holistic view of your utilities.
- Easily see the full picture of current and future energy goals
- Quickly identify anomalies in energy usage
- Customize your view to meet your specific needs
Track and compare historical usage data and buildings to identify and uncover cost-saving opportunities. Built-in utility tracking lets you know what you’re spending and what you should be spending at a quick glance to target and address issues faster.
- Find ways to save costs
- Compare facilities across your portfolio
- Identify spikes in utility usage
Advanced Energy Reporting
Use our simple tools to create configurable views, reports, charts and graphs on use/cost, carbon emissions, budget data, utility billing information, avoided cost and more. Put your data to use to improve your energy efficiency with the detailed reports you need.
- Prove energy program efficiency
- Communicate energy success to stakeholders and your community
- Make better, data-driven decisions on your energy usage
Energy and Cost Saving Functions
Empower your team with tools to measure the return on investment on energy-saving capital projects, create checklists for walkthroughs and special events or track energy maintenance issues. Manage and measure all of your energy initiatives in one place for visible success.
- Keep capital energy projects on track
- Streamline and manage energy saving checklists
- Quickly identify energy spikes for faster resolution
Carbon Emission Monitoring
Build or bolster your reputation as a sustainable organization and know your carbon emissions impact. Develop programs to reduce your carbon footprint and share your success with stakeholders.
- Break down carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by fuel source to identify areas of improvement
- Rank facilities by emission levels and focus efforts where they’re needed most
- Track historical emissions by facility to drive conservation efforts
Automated Bill Entry
Save time by leveraging Energy Manager’s import tools, automated bill entry, interval data recording and electronic data interchange (EDI) services and get all of your utilities in one place without the redundant data entry. Now you’ll have time to focus on the energy projects that matter to your organization.
- Eliminate manual bill entry, saving time and resources
- Track all your utilities in one centralized location
- Focus more time on capital energy programs over bill entry
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Energy Management for Every Industry
Energy Manager is designed to track utility usage across any organization or industry. From helping school districts reduce energy use and waste across facilities to partnering with manufacturers to meet sustainability goals, Energy Manager is an energy management software platform built for you.
Your focus is providing the best for your students or citizens and doing so on budget. According to ENERGY STAR, 30% of utility use in public buildings is wasted every billing cycle. With Energy Manager, you can identify and cut waste, justify spending on energy-saving initiatives and build a legacy of sustainability for your community.
Manufacturing facilities are constantly driving toward lower energy costs and a smaller carbon footprint throughout their operations. Energy Manager allows you to identify areas of waste and track emissions in one centralized dashboard. Lower your energy bill and gain tangible data on how you have increased sustainability across your organization.
In healthcare and senior living facilities, care for patients and residents comes first. By partnering with Energy Manager, facilities can start driving down utility costs and cut down on waste. With increased visibility and control over your utility bills, you can pass the savings on to your clients or reinvest into your facilities.
Your club or association’s reputation in the community is important, especially as you focus on growing and adding new members. Energy Manager helps cut waste and save on your operational costs, allowing you to provide a better experience for your members. Use data to help celebrate your successes as you build a more sustainable community.
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Energy Management FAQs
What is energy management?
Energy management is the ongoing process to understand, analyze and optimize energy consumption across assets, buildings or an entire organization. The foundation of energy management is tracking of utility usage and spend. Utility data helps organizations identify opportunities for efficiencies, such as asset upgrades or replacements, or where they should focus on energy procurement alternatives, such as renewable energy. A robust energy management strategy leads to decreased utility costs and extends the lifecycle of assets. It also helps organizations reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate their risk against the effects of climate change.
What is energy management software?
Energy management software gives organizations the ability to track their utility bill spend and energy usage in a single location to more easily plan energy efficiency strategies. Energy management software allow organizations to identify opportunities for cost savings, to reduce energy usage waste and report carbon emissions to meet increasing government regulations or investor demand.
Who uses energy management software?
Energy management software is frequently used by facility management, energy managers or sustainability teams to reduce costs associated with energy consumption waste and report on carbon emissions against sustainability goals. It helps these teams make better investment decisions by adding easily accessible utility and emissions data into capital planning or budgeting processes.
Why is energy management software important?
Organizations need energy management software to bring together siloed utility spend and usage data. Energy management software provides a single source of truth for energy consumption data, which streamlines the process for capital expenditure requests, regulation or investor-based demand for carbon emissions data, or justifying sustainability initiatives.
What types of utilities are managed by energy management software?
Energy management software tracks usage across utilities for electricity, natural gas, fuel oil, propane, coal, wood, steam, chilled water, water, wastewater, irrigation, refuse and other sources.