Virtual Energy Audits
As more people work remotely and physical presence at work has been limited to essential personnel only, traditional energy audits can be challenging. A traditional energy audit involves a site visit (often via a plane trip), and a walkthrough of the building, both of which may be unsafe and impossible for some time to come.
Not to worry, because there is no need to hit the pause button on the audits you need to get done. EMAT and Virtual Audits to the rescue. With EMAT, Virtual Audits can provide the same level of detail as a standard audit, all while avoiding the site visit. Virtual Audits aren’t new to EMAT; we’ve been doing them for years. EMAT utilizes data available from the building owner and an analysis of utility bills to calculate energy consumption, conduct in-depth analysis, recommend insightful energy conservation measures, and provide a concise final report without sacrificing quality.
Why you should use EMAT for your Virtual Energy Audit:
- EMAT CEMs have been conducting Virtual Audits for years, long before COVID-19 was a thing.
- Our industry leading pricing comes down even further without the cost of travel and site visits.
- EMAT utilizes cutting edge software that improves the efficiency and accuracy of your Virtual Audit.
- You can eliminate the scheduling and safety challenges of on-site visits.
- With EMAT and Virtual Audits, you’ll get faster results and report turnaround.
EMAT Mentioned in Distributed Energy Magazine
Gains in energy efficiency need to be measured, and that involves an energy audit. The practice of energy auditing has advanced in recent years. For example, auditors now have access to cloud-based systems, such as those offered by EMAT (Efficient Mobile Auditing Technologies), a Frederick, MD-based company with a tablet-to-cloud technology that cuts the time and cost of conducting energy audits by 50% or more.
“This product is meant to give you the capability to do everything that a Level II ASHRAE audit would include,” says EMAT’s CEO, Ken Malnar. “That includes data collection, calculation, and report generation. The information is segmented for different capabilities. If you just wanted to use it for the data collection side to organize data and send it back to your office efficiently, you can use it in that capacity. But if you want to do calculations and generate your own reports, you can do that, and if you want to do it from start to finish, you have that capability also.”
EMAT displaying new EMAT Field Auditor at CxEnergy April 16th and 17th (Booth #400)
We’re happy to announce that we will be attending the CxEnergy 2019 Conference & Expo where we will be showcasing the new EMAT Field Auditor app!
The event runs April 15 – 18 in Orlando, Florida. CxEnergy is the #1 commissioning and energy management event and consistently draws hundreds of the nation’s leading commissioning providers, energy management professionals, MEP engineers, HVAC testing professionals, facility managers, and building owners. The expo hall showcases a wide variety of products including software, instruments, metering devices, controls and services targeted specifically to commissioning, energy management, engineering, and testing firms.
We look forward to seeing you at booth #400 this April.
EMAT LLC announces the release of EMAT Field Auditor
EMAT is excited to announce the immediate release of EMAT Field Auditor, the first of EMAT’s suite of next-generation energy auditing software products. EMAT 1.0 was a significant step forward in energy auditing software when it released in 2016. But over the last two years, our customers talked, and EMAT listened. With cutting edge mobile-to-cloud technology, unparalleled flexibility, ease of use and performance, EMAT Field Auditor is the audit data collection tool for everyone.
Coming in 2019 are two additional next-generation EMAT products, EMAT Light and EMAT Analyzer. When combined together, the new EMAT suite of products will bring the entire process of energy auditing to a new level, and define the new standard for energy auditing software.
See Our Exhibit At WEEC 2018
We are happy to announce our exhibition at the World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC) this October 17th – 19th. The expo is in Charlotte, NC, at the Charlotte Convention Center. Our energy auditors and engineers will be available to provide hands-on demonstrations of EMAT audit software, and answer your questions.
For full details about WEEC and the expo this year, visit the conference page here. We hope to see you in NC!
New Hire: The EMAT Team Welcomes Jeff Peterson
We are pleased to announce the addition of Jeff Peterson to the EMAT team. Jeff will be joining the EMAT development team as a Programmer/Analyst and will be focused on development of the web back-end for EMAT Field Auditor, EMAT Light, and EMAT Analyzer.
Jeff hails from Frederick, MD and graduated from Loyola University in Baltimore with a Bachelor of Science, Major in Mathematics, and Concentration in Computer Science. Jeff has significant experience with application and product develop, and will be instrumental in bringing the new next-generation EMAT software products to our customers as quickly as possible.
New Hire: The EMAT Team Welcomes Dave Wood
We are pleased to announce that Dave Wood has joined our team as an energy engineer and energy auditor. Dave starts in January, 2018 and will work closely with the audit team and provide information support to the software developers. He previously interned in the Research and Development department at Whisker Labs.
Dave graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park (Go Terps!), with a Bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering. His interests include renewable/sustainable energy technologies, machine learning, and robotics. In his spare time, Dave plays piano and guitar, and writes his own music.