Building energy performance… revealed.
See exactly what drives your building’s energy use.
Identify which equipment uses more energy than it should.
Fine-tune equipment schedules for easy savings on energy use and costs.
Peregrine Focus on Building Performance is a tightly integrated suite of services designed to uncover and immediately reduce the energy waste that occurs when building equipment runs too much or at the wrong time.
* Peregrine Focus on Building Performance is eligible for Massachusetts Green Communities retrocommissioning funding.
Lightweight monitoring devices sit at the electrical circuit and dive deep to show you detailed energy use for any part of your building.
Sophisticated data analysis integrates monitoring data, utility data, and building occupancy information to figure out when and where equipment use exceeds what you need or expect. Engaging, interactive reports make it easy for you to see what’s important.
Expert guidance and clear recommendations show you how to make easy equipment schedule changes that reduce energy use immediately while you maintain or even improve the comfort of your building occupants.
Ongoing monitoring and periodic check-ins verify the impact of changes, flag new problems early before they become expensive, and keep your building performing at its peak efficiency. The result – your building gives occupants what they need and runs only when it should.
For many buildings, the service pays for itself in 1 – 2 years.
Already have an energy management system (EMS) in place?
Peregrine Focus on Building Performance can help fill in the gaps:
- We find what the alerts can’t see: Peregrine Focus on Building Performance can spot unexpected spikes or dips in electricity use and uncover equipment issues that your EMS might not be able to see.
- We analyze electricity use the EMS does not include: Your EMS may be set up to manage a portion of your infrastructure. Peregrine Focus on Building Performance lets you monitor the other parts of your building infrastructure without needing to incorporate them into the EMS.