EMIS is a web application for monitoring and analysis of energy and water consumption data in public sector buildings and as such provides a transparent overview and control of energy consumption in all public sector buildings that makes it an inevitable tool for Systematic Energy Management in the Public sector. Data contained in EMIS are used for many energy performance calculations, analysis and continuous oversight and control of energy usage. This enables easier understanding of how and where we consume energy and water in a particular building, the comparison of individual buildings with other similar buildings, as well as identifying unwanted, excessive and irrational energy and water usage. EMIS greatly simplifies the process of sustainable energy management in public buildings because it allows easy access to data on energy and water consumption, enables easy graphical and tabular display and print of the data. In addition to embedded analytical functions, EMIS allows data export in XLS format thus providing data resource for any kind of advanced analysis. This leads to easier identification of potential measures of energy efficiency improvements, development of local energy efficiency improvement plans, implementation of projects that deliver energy and financial savings and at the end to monitoring and verification of achieved results.
EMIS could be easily transferred to EU countries. Biggest issue would be language translation.
• there isn't any programme to implement energy management systems in the public sector at national regional or local level (art. 8)
• insufficient information on training possibilities (art. 17)
• insufficient information on technical tools (art. 17)
• absence of automatic tools supporting energy efficiency measures development (art. 17)
• absence of other tools supporting energy efficiency measures development (art. 17)
• absence of support organisations in your territory addressing energy efficiency matters (art. 17)
• support organisations have unsufficient competency and knowledge (art. 17)