|By Marketwired .||
|June 26, 2014 04:38 PM EDT||
BOSTON, MA--(Marketwired - June 26, 2014) - Energy Points, the source energy intelligence company, today announced enhancements to its Source Energy Analytics platform. The new 3.0 portal provides a framework that will extend the company's proprietary source-to-site energy analytics to the energy analysis of products and supply chains, as well as corporate benchmarking.
"The power of the new Energy Points Source Energy Analytics 3.0 is in its broad applicability," says Bill Rebozo, Vice-President of Product at Energy Points. "Everything can be measured as energy. With 3.0 we (1) broaden the granular and temporal accuracy of our source-to-site analysis for electricity, water, fuels, and materials and (2) offer a platform to extend that analysis to any relevant portion of an organization. Buildings, products, supply chains and corporate goals can be managed holistically in a single platform with a common relevant metric based on source energy." Mr. Rebozo further discusses maximizing the energy productivity of supply chains in this blog post.
The new source-to-site energy analysis of products and suppliers enables executives to look at the energy intensity of all their operations and products as a whole and how each product line and supplier, as well as resource and facility, contributes to it. "Our goal is to pinpoint the most energy intensive and carbon intensive 'hot spots,' anywhere in an organization -- whether it's water consumption in an office building in drought-ridden California or parts production in a supplier's manufacturing plant in China," says Ory Zik, Energy Points CEO. "Meanwhile, the competitor benchmarking gives our customers the market context of their energy and environmental performance."
With the apples-to-apples comparison of every aspect of a supply chain executives can determine the weakest performing areas of their operations and address them first. The internal and competitor benchmarking of their business's energy productivity further supports strategic decision-making. These enhancements to Energy Points' already robust physics-based, geospatial energy analysis provide a level of actionable precision as yet unseen in supply chain management.
About Energy Points
Energy Points is the source energy intelligence company. It provides the only energy and resource management solution that quantifies and analyzes source energy -- measuring electricity, water, fuels, and materials from the source through the site of consumption, while accounting for resource scarcity and environmental impact. Organizations use the source energy analysis to discern energy and carbon intensive "hot spots" in their products and supply chains.
The company's physics-based, geospatial analytics platform simultaneously achieves the highest level of granularity in energy and environmental analysis and makes it intuitive. Organizations can now diagnose, flag, and address the most energy intensive areas of their operations first to strategically maximize energy productivity across their supply chain.
Energy Points is a privately held company headquartered in Boston, MA. Please visit energypoints.com.
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