Utility Analysis and Reporting Process
Why Is Utility Analysis Important?
Utility analysis helps you understand your utility spends, cash flow and needs for the future. It also identifies errors and overcharges, some of which may lead to substantial amounts of money being credited back to you – as much as £106,800 in one client’s case recently.
We continue to save you money by resolving:
- Overcharges based on inaccurate available or excess capacity
- Double billings
- Late fees inconsistent with contract terms
- Improperly-applied surcharges
- Hidden commissions imposed by previous utility brokers or consultants
- Wasteful on-site spending, such as large energy consumption from vacant units
How Does Utility Reporting Work?
Once we have received all utility invoices from a supplier, we generate reports – typically every three months – covering each utility (fuel, electricity and water).
Your report outlines your savings achieved over the last 12 months, future opportunities you may benefit from and actions required by you and/or us.
Each report can contain:
- Full colour graphs showing your 12-month consumption and cost data
- Totals for the current year, previous year and quarter to date
- Ranking tables and charts
- A scatter plot of fuel consumption against daily temperature for weather related fuels
- Comments by us on savings achieved and identified
Reports types available:
- Site Reports: Data relating to all accounts at one location. This report can be provided each month or every quarter.
- Custom Reports: Monthly group benchmarking reports, reports needed for CRC purposes and other custom reports.
- Online Reports: All half-hour metered supplies can be viewed and downloaded on a month +1 basis. If you wish to take a very proactive approach to your energy management, we can also arrange for day +1 data to be streamed to the website.