Analyze Utility Data

Budgeting & Forecasting

Minimize Impact, Maximize Results
Building a precise utility budget is a critical process that requires in-depth knowledge of industry trends and utility-specific rate changes. Market volatility and under-informed forecasting can result in a faulty budget with thousands of dollars in misallocated funds.

We can prepare budgets by site by month; we can even prepare budgets that include usage, unit cost and extended cost. Cost Control Associate’s daily interactions with major regulated utility companies and constant review of rates give us the knowledge to do the job right. We stay on top of the trends that affect your forecasts.

Site Performance Benchmarking

Rising energy costs affect your bottom line. To get a realistic picture of your facilities’ operating efficiency, you need to consider many complicated factors. We begin by comparing your energy consumption with similar facilities within your industry as well as comparable industries. We’ll deliver a customized report that outlines where you stand.

Emissions Reporting & Consulting

We will provide green/carbon footprint reports. We can also help you establish sustainability goals, benchmark your buildings using ENERGY STAR and create a detailed plan to achieve these goals.

ENERGY STAR

ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager is a valuable benchmarking tool that Cost Control Associates will help you pursue. By looking at performance at the whole-building level, building managers can identify opportunities for savings through operational improvements, system optimization and capital upgrades.

To learn more about how we can help you analyze your utility data, please contact us.

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"We had already made good progress in tracking and controlling energy costs on our own, so we questioned whether Cost Control Associates could do any better. The $2.5 million in annual savings that they found was quite an answer!"

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National Telecom Carrier March 18, 2016

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