Energy management made easy
Energy Lens is a powerful solution for the rapid analysis of interval data.
All charts and tables are instantly created within Excel, ready for editing, or copying and pasting into a client report or presentation.
Using Energy Lens, you can effortlessly create both simple and sophisticated charts from your clients' energy data. This enables you to focus your expertise on interpreting the patterns of energy consumption - the work that a computer can't do for you... And consequently you can deliver value to your clients in less time.
Interval data is widely used by professional energy auditors, consultants, and engineers, for applications such as:
Every chart or table that Energy Lens makes is a regular Excel output. You can copy them, paste them, change the formatting, edit the numbers, or use them as a starting point for further calculations of your own.
The built-in charting features are powerful and flexible. But if Energy Lens can't immediately create the chart or table you want, it should at least be able to give you a table of figures that will take you part of the way there.
Indeed you can do all the above using just Excel...
But analyzing interval data in Excel alone requires formulas, chart wizards, copying and pasting cells, and double-checking figures to ensure that you haven't got your kW and your kWh mixed up...
With Energy Lens you can get the same results in a couple of mouse clicks.
Given some interval data and x hours of time, you can deliver a lot more with Energy Lens than you can without. Which ultimately benefits your clients and your profitability.
Energy Lens is tightly integrated with Excel. You can use it to work with any form of interval data that can be opened in Excel, including Excel files (of course), and CSV files.
Energy Lens is compatible with all common forms of interval data: 5-minute data, 10-minute data, 15-minute data, 20-minute data, half-hourly data (30-minute data), and hourly data (60-minute data).
If you should happen to come across an file of interval data that isn't immediately compatible with Energy Lens, you should be able to make it compatible with a few edits to the data in Excel. You should never find yourself stuck with interval data that you can't use Energy Lens to analyze.
Energy Lens was designed to be very easy to use. However, it has a number of advanced options to give you fine-control over the figures and charts that you create.
For example, the "Monthly" feature shown above gives you a number of options for restricting the days and times considered in analysis. You can specify the times-of-the-day and the days-of-the-week that you want to be considered when calculating figures, and you can click the button in the "Days" box to specifically exclude certain days (such as bank holidays or shutdown periods).
These advanced options make it easy to investigate energy-consumption trends for specific day/time periods such as office hours, weekends, or Wednesday afternoons.
Why not download the free trial of Energy Lens and put these analysis features to work on your data?