ESOS Auditor Software
Comply quickly with ESOS using our ESOS Auditor software. It was developed in conjunction with the Energy Managers Association (EMA) and reviewed by Kit Oung who was the Technical Author for the new ESOS standard PAS 51215: Energy efficiency audit – Competency of a lead energy auditor.
The tool produces reports compliant with ESOS and also enables you to build and store your evidence pack online and gives you 100% assurance that it is complete.
We have relationships with all the main ESOS Registers and provide discounts to companies using Lead Assessors registered through these schemes.
The platform is completely scalable across any size and type of organisation structure. You can have any number of users across multiple sites, and set different levels of access. You can also limit auditing capabilities to your Accredited Lead Assessor. The application works across all devices: desktop, laptop, tablet and mobile. To find out more visit www.esosauditor.com
IES CI2 Technology Led Consulting
CI2 stands for Collect, Investigate, Compare and Invest. This is the process IES uses to deliver operational efficiencies in buildings through its powerful and innovative technology. IES has so far enabled numerous organisations to identify areas of operational improvement and make substantial cost savings. It is applicable whether you are dealing with enhancing building operation or undertaking large scale retrofitting. We use building and meter data to find ‘hidden’ cost and resource savings through smarter system control and smarter ways to gather and analyse data
Specific stages of the service include:
- Connecting and collecting operational data, identifying and fixing gaps and creating a robust structure from which to work
- Creating database with universal format to remove inconsistencies across time steps, units, naming conventions etc.
- Investigating data with advanced analytics to discover quick wins with minimal spend
- 3D model built from information from other pre-existing 2D info / 3D models
- Comparison of operational model of building (using real building data) with virtual model benchmark of building (using building science predictions)
- Ability to assess against future climate predictions