EOS Labs Launches to Help Building Managers Optimize Utility Efficiency

July 14, 2020

As  a typical facility can waste 30 percent of the energy it consumes or more due to  lack of optimization, EOS Labs, a leading utility financial intelligence and technology company, launched today to help building managers ensure facilities are operating at optimum levels.

The demand for determining where buildings can cut energy costs has increased dramatically in recent months, due to the COVID-19 crisis and resulting financial downturn — and a spotlight has been placed on this issue as buildings were left partially empty for months and were not energy optimized. EOS Labs is uniquely positioned to solve this challenge and assist facility managers in delivering both immediate and long-term cost savings strategies.

In addition to automating and centralizing utility data, EOS Labs’ Utility Financial Intelligence (UFIQTM) platform uses AI and advanced analytics to further analyze smart meter and interval utility data, define anomalies wasting energy and deliver actionable insights to support decisive action for facility managers across vertical industries. These financial insights are adjusted for weather, occupancy and specific building consumption variables, helping organizations to eliminate energy waste without costly building upgrades, as well as increase savings.

The platform’s added value is providing intelligence powered decision center that host all data related to utilities and energy; such as, billing itemized data, weather, building and business operational data, and more.

How it Works

With a focus on increasing efficiencies for facilities across Education, Healthcare, Banking, Hospitality, Retail, Fitness and other markets, EOS Labs takes the data points that directly impact a company’s bottom line and prioritizes those data points to determine which alarms require immediate action.

-Data collected by EOS Labs is presented to building facility managers via dashboards containing simplified and actionable financial insights and custom alerts. 

-EOS Labs automates the majority of the analysis as well as the review process, providing customers with easy to digest insights built on the customers’ priorities and goals.

-EOS Labs presents any alarming data enabling immediate action, providing how long an issue has been in effect and the associated costs. 

For buildings with existing IoT-enabled building management systems (BMS), UFIQ provides an added element of financial intelligence. To elevate the existing platform, UFIQ eliminates the critical and costly blind spot in energy management that typical fault detection algorithms might miss. 

UFIQ provides that visibility to the entire building's energy financial performance in alignment with the International Performance Measurement and Verification Protocol (IPMVP) and equips managers with the financially sound guidance they need to operate and adjust BMS to achieve optimal energy savings. 

Based in McKinney, Texas, EOS Labs’ Founder and CEO, Sal Alhelo, has nearly 15 years of experience in energy management, engineering, construction and building operations. He has significantly contributed to the design of multi-billion-dollar hotels and casinos in Las Vegas and          several healthcare facilities in Texas, as well as managed facilities programs for a Fortune 500 company for more than six years. 

For more detail, please visit https://energyeos.com.

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