Power your energy management solutions with easy access to utility data
Urjanet provides automated access to utility bill and interval data from more than 5,000 utilities worldwide. Achieve savings, meet data-driven efficiency goals, and drive detailed reporting with automated utility data for energy management solutions.
Timely and accurate data is foundational to building successful energy management solutions. Take your programs to the next level with automated utility data.
Stop wasting time manually collecting data from disparate sources. Access automated utility data directly from your utility providers when and where you need it most.
Energy management solutions need accurate inputs to produce reliable outputs. Fuel leading software tools like ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager®, EnergyCAP, Lucid BuildingOS, Goby, and Schneider Electric with trusted, audited data.
With a 360 degree view of energy usage and spend, quickly identify the most effective opportunities to save. Meet efficiency goals with ease, and get the buy-in you need for your next project.
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Integrate with the Utility Data Platform
With a range of options, including RESTful APIs, CSV, and SQL, we make it easy to integrate utility data into energy management solutions and applications. If you need a custom integration, our team will take on the heavy lifting so yours can focus on core priorities.
In a few simple steps, you can link your online utility accounts directly to the Urjanet Utility Data Platform using our RESTful APIs or the Urjanet portal. Don’t have online access set up for your utility accounts? No problem. Our professional services team is here to help.
You’ll be up and running quickly with easy-to-use historical and ongoing utility bill and interval data to achieve energy savings and efficiency goals. Join the growing list of industry-leading companies that power energy management with best-in-class utility data from Urjanet.
Powering industry-leading energy management solutions
Utility data drives results
Cox Enterprises cuts energy spend with Urjanet utility data.
Cox Enterprises is a privately-held media, communications, and automotive services conglomerate whose major operating subsidiaries include Cox Communications and Cox Media Group. The company spends around $100 million annually on electricity and natural gas. To gain better visibility into 40,000 separate accounts across 400 utility providers, Cox chose the Urjanet Utility Data Platform.
"Right off the bat, we found $4,000 in rate savings by moving a handful of accounts to an alternate rate. Now extend that kind of scrutiny across all utilities, and you are looking at substantial cost savings potential.”
Robert Fairey, Senior Director of Energy Procurement at Cox Enterprises
Once an end user links their utility account to the Urjanet Utility Data Platform, our technology is able to programmatically access detailed utility bill data, interval data, and PDF copies of bills directly from the utility’s customer portal.
Urjanet identifies and captures bills as soon as they are made available by utility providers, empowering energy managers to bypass efforts to manually retrieve data from other departments, be proactive in their energy tracking and reporting, and respond quickly to anomalistic data.
If it’s on the bill, we can provide it. We capture all data points from your utility bill invoice. From amount due and service period to consumption and tariffs, we provide every data point applicable to your needs.
Urjanet offers several options, including a RESTful API, SQL and CSV file formats, as well as custom integration options to deliver data directly into energy management solutions or software applications.
Access to the Urjanet Utility Data Platform is secured by a combination of network security and authentication requirements, ensuring that only authorized personnel have access. Sensitive data is stored encrypted at rest using AES-256 encryption. Data is transferred both inside and outside our platform using SSL/TLS, SSH, and SFTP.
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