(PRWEB) August 22, 2006
Energy Lens is an energy management solution to help businesses save energy. Whilst energy management software packages have traditionally boasted the quantity and breadth of features that they offer, Energy Lens aims to lower the barrier-to-entry of energy management by focusing on those areas that help businesses to make the greatest energy savings for the least effort. BizEE Software Director Martin Bromley explains further:
"Energy Lens makes it easy to analyze half-hourly energy data, which most businesses can easily obtain from their energy supplier. Half-hourly data is invaluable for energy management because of the detail that it contains. Unlike daily, weekly, or monthly energy data, half-hourly data actually allows a business to see how much energy they're using at particular times on particular days -- vital for spotting days and times at which energy is routinely wasted. A quick analysis using Energy Lens, typically once a month, can deliver an outstanding level of energy savings."
Energy Lens is targeted at businesses that don't have the resource or inclination to make energy management somebody's full-time job. The software aims to be very easy-to-use, and it comes with help-files that give straightforward instructions on how to use the software to save energy in a real-world business.
BizEE Software is confident that Energy Lens is easy enough for businesses to make significant energy savings, even within the free 30-day trial period. Martin Bromley explains the steps:
"First you should visit the Energy Lens website (http://www.energylens.com/) to download the free trial. Next, contact your electricity supplier and ask them to send you your last year's worth of half-hourly data. If your gas supply is on a half-hourly meter, do likewise. Use the free 30-day trial of Energy Lens to analyze your half-hourly data to find where your business is routinely wasting energy. Read the help-files that come with the software for information on how to identify energy wastage from the charts that Energy Lens generates. Once you've discovered routine energy wastage, take steps to prevent it from occurring again."
The free trial of Energy Lens is available for download from http://www.energylens.com/. Once the 30-day trial has expired, businesses have the option of purchasing the software for $495, £295, or €435. The purchased software allows continued use of Energy Lens for a regular routine of half-hourly data analysis. This enables businesses to quantify improvements in their energy-performance, to ensure that their energy-saving measures remain effective, and to continue finding and pursuing further opportunities to save energy.