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  • PROBLEM 1This is because these dashboards have huge amounts of data that is incomprehensible in terms of timing, geo-spatial reference and non-comparable units.
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  • 1. Energy Points IntroductionMASSTLCMichael Rennick & Seth SheldonMay 2013
  • 2. ©Zik Energy Points, Inc.Company ConfidentialCorporate Overview• Founded 2011• Veteran Management Team from Energy Industry• 12+ Fortune 100 Clients• Partnerships with Accenture, Johnson Controls, Telesis, GRI,EPA, Microsoft, etc.• Offices: Boston (HQ), Seattle, Virginia2
  • 3. ©Zik Energy Points, Inc.Company ConfidentialOrganizational Performance is all about gaining insights fromBig Data.Decision makers today are overwhelmed by Energy Resource Managementdashboards which lack actionable intelligence, clarity and consistencynecessary for across-the-board analysis and optimization.
  • 4. ©Zik Energy Points, Inc.Company Confidential620,367kWh1,265MMBtu7,883,333gallons159tons180,000miles682,403kWh2,108MMBtu7,166,667gallons119tons240,000miles496,293kWh1,159MMBtu14,333,000gallons133tons260,000milesThe Operational ChallengeImpossible To Manage Energy Resources and Environmental Performance Use Acrossthe EnterpriseCedarCityPlantPortlandOffice242,200kWh1,200MMBtu1,499,000gallons105tons144,000milesIndianapolisFacility558,330kWh949MMBtu5,731,000gallons172tons200,000milesSt.PetersburgOffice670,332kWh740MMBtu8,483,000gallons244tons280,000milesRapidCityCampusOklahomaCityHeadquarters
  • 5. ©Zik Energy Points, Inc.Company ConfidentialPortlandOfficeCedarCityPlantRapidCityCampusOklahomaCityHeadquartersIndianapolisFacilitySt.PetersburgOffice5615110312389105ElectricityHeatingWaterWasteTransport
  • 6. ©Zik Energy Points, Inc.Company Confidential 6https://flowcharts.llnl.gov/LossesMeasureFossil Fuelto capturethe systemlossesEnergyPoints™ is a System ApproachEnd-useEnergymBTU, kWh etcMeasured bycurrenttechnologiesCounting Primary Energy Captures The Efficiency of The EntireSystem: Supply and Demand SidesCaptures thefossil energyinvested inproducingrenewableenergy
  • 7. ©Zik Energy Points, Inc.Company ConfidentialAccurateGeospatial Learning System Down to TheBuilding Level7Installing solarEfficiency: 20 32 (kWh per EnergyPoint™)
  • 8. ©Zik Energy Points, Inc.Company ConfidentialThe EnergyPoints Analytics™ Methodology8• The only unified, simple yet accurate approach for the management ofenergy resources, risk and environmental performance• Use big data to:• Equalize the inconsistency acrosscurrent metrics• Incorporate the energy footprintsof waste and water• Account for a broad range ofvarying conditions that directlyimpact environmentalperformance-- such as geography,emissions energy mix, scarcityand infrastructure.