PowerHawk
Manager

Meter and resource management software that includes everything needed to create and manage metering infrastructure

  • Pinpoint resource savings opportunities
  • Accurately track and allocate energy costs
  • Manage an entire meter network remotely
  • Analyse resource usage and identify malfunctioning equipment
  • Building and IT systems integration
  • Live dashboard and desktop updates

Meter Management

PowerHawk meters can be programmed on-site or remotely. Configuration and management is simple and straight-forward. On-site programming can be performed from a PC- based configuration tool. Alternatively, connecting a meter to the Internet can automatically download a pre-programmed meter configuration — streamlining meter deployment and reducing installation time dramatically.

Once configured, an extensive set of meter management tools allow operators to monitor meter operation to ensure the integrity of energy information.

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

PowerHawk® Manager is a complete Metered Resource Management System (energy, water, gas, and monetizable derivatives such as green house gases) that combines automated data collection, powerful analysis tools, and flexible billing capabilities with cloud-based software delivery. PowerHawk Manager delivers stakeholders as much or as little information as they need, at the office or remotely — 24/7.

Software as a Service

Most multi-tenant metering systems are managed through on-site meter management systems, proprietary gateways, or dedicated server-based applications. Installing these systems presents obstacles to provisioning, accessibility, flexibility, and management. With PowerHawk Manager Software as a Service (SaaS), there are no distracting set-up issues or deployment costs, no software licensing fees, and there’s no hardware to buy.

With PowerHawk Manager, any energy stakeholder can distill meaningful information from electricity, gas, water and BTU meters to pinpoint savings opportunities, create an accurate picture of a building’s carbon footprint and identify failing equipment and expensive peak demand charges.