CO2e emissions monitoring cycle
1. Measure CO2e emissions
2. Report and share CO2e emissions KPIs
Nudging consumers towards energy efficiency BlueSkies web app is designed to automatically display and update the KPIs calculated using the automated meter readings from your electric, gas and water meters. BlueSkies web app is best viewed on a 1920 X 1080 TV or monitor in the "full screen" mode. Clicking the above image will open a sample BlueSkies lobby display
3. Improve CO2e emissions
4. Plan and repeat
Use AMR data
BLUESKIES is designed to visualize data from any smart or advanced meter. The data may be collected from the utility company or directly from the meter depending on the hardware configuration (and who owns the electric, gas, heat or water meter)
To find opportunities
After a a few days of data collection the graphs and reports will display useful information about your buildings, e.g. the times of peak C02e emissions..
This data is saved for future reference and checked daily for rising consumption
to reduce CO2e
BLUESKIES portal will send email alerts when power / water usage is larger than expected.
You will know that something is different on site the day it changes. No more unexpected large Utility Bills
For any meter
BLUESKIES collects automated meter readings (or counts the pulse outputs) from any smart / advanced power or water meter.
Technologies used include conventional data loggers, integrated meter modems / smart meters and LoRaWAN.
Portal has been in development since 2011 and is the favoured AM&T portal for much of the UK Water Retail sector.
BLUESKIES portal includes a suite of tools for Admin users to fully track the alarms, make eye-ball reviews of all data and issue reports.
Each day, the incoming AMR data is checked against agreed / expected usage, if usage is exceeded an automated email message is sent from BLUESKIES to the Facilities Manager.
A clear visualization of CO2e emissions.
CARBON COUNTER working to monitor and reduce CO2e emission.
"We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors,
we borrow it from our children"