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VisualMesa Campus-District Energy Solution

Campus and District Energy Solution


Enhance Energy and Environment Sustainability

Manage Facility Steam, Chilled Water, Electricity & Fuel

Optimizing Energy Cost within Emissions Constraints

Actionable Results that Reduces Energy Spend by 2 to 5%

Attractive ROI (typical payback under 1 year)

Reduce Carbon Tax and Improve Cap & Trade (local laws)

Technology Advantage

PC Client & Web View Monitoring Options

Familiar Microsoft Visio Based User Interface

Online Engineering Model and Real-Time Optimization

Rigorous Combustion and Emissions Model

Mixed Integer, Non-linear Optimizer

Robust Integration with Utility Systems & Facility IT Systems

Easy to Use, Export to Excel

Thermal Energy Storage Corp. Case


Facility energy cost is a major, variable, operating expense. Tradeoffs between the electrical, steam, and chilled water systems are determined by complex relationships that present an overwhelming 24/7/365 challenge to operators in their effort to provide stable and reliable service while at the same time trying to minimize cost and greenhouse gas emissions.

VisualMesa Energy Management and Optimization system, using best in class technology, determines how to manage your steam, chilled water, electrical and fuel efficiently & reliably and provides significant cost savings through the economic optimization.

The VisualMesa system is an Operator Tool. A real-time model, which considers plant control strategies and system reaction to changes in the utilities, gives operators direct advice on how best to operate complex, interactive utility systems to minimize utility cost. Operators receive advice on how to set cogeneration and boiler steam production, chilled water supply, the export of steam, and how to manage real-time power purchase & sale.

In addition, an optional multi-period optimization system provides assistance with the Day-Ahead Scheduling of certain assets, such as the Thermal Energy Storage and Chillers and is used for scheduling power grid sales and purchases.

Campus & District Energy Management
Facility Energy & Emissions Optimization
Forward-Looking Visualization of Energy Spend and KPIs
Energy Contract Modeling Capabilities
Multi-period Planning using Demand Forecasting
Utility and Facility Administrator Collaboration
Real-time System for Energy and Emissions
Operational Excellence & Collaboration
Empowering Stakeholder Collaboration
Visibility into steam, electric, chilled water and fuel systems
Recommends minimum cost utility supply operation
Suggest Optimal Dispatch of Power & Thermal Storage
"What If" Planning: Predicts the impact of proposed changes
Provides Auditing, Accounting and Data Validation
Powerful Energy Management User Interface
Schematic Flow Modeling of Utility System
Equipment Details & Trend Charts
Summary View of Optimized Solution
Detailed Report of Recommended Operational Changes
Reports of Optimal Use of Thermal Energy Storage
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