Whole Building Benchmarking and Utility Program Design Expertise
Trusted technical products and services for utilities and their partners.
Whole building benchmarkinG application & pragmatic Utility tools
Energy Data Services, Engineering resources & systems integration
Utility program Design and management
Calico’s whole building Benchmarking Application helps utilities respond to customer data requests in one easy-to-use application. It gives building owners and operators a way to manage multi-tenant buildings and energy usage data, paving the way for useful insights that increase energy efficiency and optimize operations.
Commercial and residential distributed resource utility program design, management, technical support and tools.
Proof of concept, pilot and new program development to address objectives ranging from innovation to compliance.
Reporting and auditing, including M&V of DSM/load management programs.
Systems integration, including data management, delivery and display.
Everything we do, from Calico’s Whole Building Benchmarking Application to our program management and engineering solutions, are designed to meet utility program goals.
Having solved some of the industry’s most complex data aggregation and energy usage system problems, Calico’s technical experts, analysts and program managers continue to tackle the evolving array of data issues re-defining our industry. In a rapidly changing environment, we offer ready-to-implement products and pragmatic consulting consulting, whether your aim is business efficiency, innovation or both.
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Interested in the Future of Whole Building Benchmarking? Us Too.
If you’re thinking about the future of our industry, especially as it relates to reducing emissions and making smart energy decisions, we’re with you. Read our white paper “The Future of Benchmarking: A ‘Geography-First’ Approach” to explore how regional utility collaboration can create a more user/business/environment-friendly tomorrow.