utiliVisor Opens Dallas Office in Partnership with TD Industries

utiliVisor, a leading provider of energy monitoring and submetering services, has opened an office in Dallas to provide comprehensive energy advisory services in Texas and throughout the Southwest, in partnership with TD Industries. The new utiliVisor operations will be managed by Ken Scheepers, a former Building Performance Manager at TD Industries in Dallas, who has […]

NYSERDA Real Time Energy Management Program

utiliVisor To Participate in NYSERDA Real Time Energy Management Program

utiliVisor, a leading provider of energy plant continuous energy oversight systems, has been accredited as a qualified service provider for the new NYSERDA (New York State Energy Research and Development Authority) Real Time Energy Management (RTEM) program. utiliVisor has been accredited for NYSERDA’s new Real Time Energy Management (RTEM) program. The new NYSERDA program supports […]

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State-of-the-Art Submetering System for Union Station

utiliVisor, a leading provider of submetering and energy plant oversight services for the purpose of increasing efficiency, is developing and implementing a state-of-the-art submetering system for the Union Station transit and retail complex in downtown Washington, DC. A meticulously restored, historic, mixed-use, intermodal transportation and shopping center located just blocks from the U.S. Capitol Building, […]

Weather Analytics Services

Weather analytics increases New York hospital’s chiller plant performance

New York – Presbyterian Hospital (NYP-Columbia) is increasing its chiller plant performance– and reaping big savings – with the use of weather forecast-based analytics. The hospital saved approximately $6.5 million from May I, 2010 through May 31, 2015 compared to its baseline chiller plant performance (on average, $1.3 million a year). This is due in […]

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Texas Tech Optimizes Utility Plant Performance

A program of continuous energy monitoring and chiller plant optimization implemented in early 2014 at two Texas Tech University district chilled water and steam plants has saved more than $200,000 in energy costs as of June 2015 – exceeding both the universi­ty’s initial capital investment in the program and the performance guarantee under its three-year […]