Modus provides powerful insights into energy consumption and generation from individual circuit level through multiple sites. Modus detects and alerts excess energy usage or cost and provides actionable insights that allows users to identify and reduce energy and operational expenses. Modus provides real-time and historic detailed visibility into energy consumption, costs, peaks and anomalies.
Modus cloud-based (SaaS) platform provides users with a powerful and easy to use dashboard to monitor, measure and understand multi-type energy consumption, such as electricity, gas, water, diesel and renewables generation, from multi-site to individual loads.
Analyze and review multiple meters at the same time in a constant infographic format for easy reporting over any timescale.
Modus collects, processes, and reports your meter data in real time, with interval data as frequent as once per hour.
All energy types are reported, e.g. electricity, gas, water and diesel. Renewables can be mixed-in, along with Net Energy reports.
User selectable measures are easily configured, e.g. sq/ft or sq/m, currency types, Centigrade or Fahrenheit, allocated per site or load.
Modus stores all of your metering data, forever. Data is never deleted or trimmed — we keep it intact and always on.
When meters, BMS, or meter gateways send out of bounds data Modus notifies you so that you can take remedial action.
Mark and view positive or negative energy related events vs. your energy use. Energy Events help to understand retrofit or set-point change impact.
View and report on your energy saving projects against ROI expectations. View “before and after” benchmarked data along with net savings.
Side by side comparison of energy used by buildings, areas or loads. Switch-in easy to use “normalisers” e.g. per area, per person or kWh.
All data can be viewed and reported across preset or customizable date ranges.
Produce Excel or pdf based energy, carbon and cost consumption reports for any building, load or space. Reports are preset or user designable.
Budget offers the user reporting of actual energy use or cost, against a specific budget or % saved over previous period.
Modus Energy Management is built for all the different people in your organization. And because usability is important, Modus is engaging, easy and fun to use — regardless of your level of technical sophistication.
Portfolio managers gain access to a macro view of KPI’s without struggling to aggregate data across a spread of geographically separate buildings and different technologies.
Energy managers no longer have to log in to five or more different systems to keep track of building performance. They can spend more time trying to identify areas of energy waste and solving problems.
Sustainability teams can effectively track, visualize, and communicate key metrics: instantly access building performance data, track waste and savings, and conduct public reporting, e.g. ESOS.
Third-party software vendors can deploy their solution in days instead of months when metered data is normalized and easily accessible through a common API.
Facility managers can finally focus their time on facility management instead of being pulled in various directions every time someone needs building performance data. The days of navigating arcane BMS interfaces and spending hours in Excel are over.
Modus is the gold standard for occupant and tenant engagement. Accessible and intuitive to a non-technical audience, Modus brings real-time energy use to life and showcases sustainability initiatives, and reduction projects.
Energy service providers (ESCO’s) are more effective at identifying the energy efficiency potential of your assets when they have access to at least a year of interval consumption data. They can quickly and easily assess efficiency opportunities before even stepping foot on site.
CFOs and building owners can avoid BMS or meter vendor lock-in and deploy the most appropriate metering technologies. Modus gives your team a single view of performance, improving collaboration and productivity, and removing bottlenecks.