|Title||Energy information systems (EIS): Technology costs, benefit, and best practice uses|
|Year of Publication||2013|
|Authors||Jessica Granderson, Guanjing Lin, Mary Ann Piette|
|Institution||Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory|
Energy information systems are the web-based software, data acquisition hardware, and communication systems used to store, analyze, and display building energy data. They often include analysis methods such as baselining, benchmarking, load profiling, and energy anomaly detection.
This report documents a large-scale assessment of energy information system (EIS) uses, costs, and energy benefits, based on a series of focused case study investigations that are synthesized into generalizable findings. The overall objective is to provide organizational decision makers with the information they need to make informed choices as to whether or not to invest in an EIS—a promising technology that can enable up to 20 percent site energy savings, quick payback, and persistent low-energy performance when implemented as part of best-practice energy management programs.
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