Business Energy Management Consultancy 
Consumption Reporting


To be able to better manage your business energy, you need to start measuring your current consumption.

What is utility consumption reporting?

Utility consumption reporting for electricity, gas, water and carbon, comprises of data sent from metering devices over mobile networks, via a data collector and aggregator, to a utility management platform.

This utility consumption data can then be used to compare against previous time periods, energy reduction targets, and for compliance reporting (ESOS and SECR) and invoice validation purposes. 

Why is consumption reporting important?

An invoice from a supplier summarises monthly gas, electricity, and water use. But without greater insight into your energy usage and expenditures, it’s difficult to break down exactly how, where, and when improvements can be made to optimise efficiency and reduce your utility bills. Our consumption reporting can help you identify wasted energy and opportunities to create efficiencies within a portfolio of sites.

How does consumption reporting work?

Our advanced energy monitoring software analyses this information in relation to actual consumption patterns to generate rich reports detailing your business’ energy use. This allows us to rapidly identify operational inefficiencies and recommend optimisation strategies best suited to your business based on real-time data and market intelligence.

Our end-to-end consumption monitoring tools can generate data from a range of sources.

Our Services include:

  • Installation of AMR to collect and deliver insightful utility consumption and carbon production data. 
  • Retrospective bill validation and account audits
  • Bespoke energy optimisation and efficiency strategies to reduce emissions.
  • Power Factor Correction (PFC) to reduce kVArh charges.
  • Targeted Change Review (TCR) band analysis.
  • Automated Metering Reading (AMR) data analysis.
  • Consumption trend analysis and exception reporting.
  • Carbon emissions reporting for proof of compliance with government regulations.
  • Determine eligibility for tax relief, discounts, and exemptions.
  • Half-hourly (HH) and smart meter installation and management.
  • Sub-metering monitoring and management.