Smart Energy Analytics Campaign
The Smart Energy Analytics Campaign was a public-private partnership that encouraged the use of a wide variety of commercially available Energy Management and Information Systems (EMIS) technologies and ongoing monitoring practices to help uncover energy-saving opportunities and improve building performance. The Campaign ran from 2016-2020, and brought together commercial building owners who were using energy information systems (EIS) and fault detection and diagnostic tools (FDD) through a monitoring-based commissioning process (MBCx).
The resources, success stories, and best practices collected through the Campaign have been collected in the Smart Energy Analytics Campaign Toolkit.
Building owners and operators interested in EMIS are encouraged to join the Better Buildings Alliance as EMIS Tech Team members.
Over 4 years, the Smart Energy Analytics Campaign gathered the largest known dataset on energy and cost savings from EMIS. Explore how it all came together and what it means for commercial building owners pursuing energy efficiency.
The Smart Energy Analytics Campaign released its final results, outlining participant savings, lessons learned, and more. The report covers energy efficiency measures taken across over half a billion sq. ft. of floor area in 6,500 buildings.
Through the EMIS Tech Team, partners help promote EMIS, create resources on the basics of EMIS, develop procurement templates, and help drive market adoption and sharing of best practice approaches to operating systems.