Cloud-based energy dashboards are also increasingly being implemented at the executive level in order to illustrate energy use and spur action on a broader company level. Visual representation of energy use is an effective way to change consumption patterns and keep your organisation compliant.

ESOS365 provides more than a slick looking product but actually translates data sets from multiple data sources including meters, delivering a level of granularity to exceed the energy market recommendations and client requirements.

NJW advisers have extensive experience in helping clients reduce their operational energy consumption delivering an immediate return on investment (ROI).

We work in partnership with our clients or preferred service partners such as Turner & Townsend to deliver ESOS assessments or implement ISO50001 for large organisations with complex portfolios.

Our expertise and core FOCAL365 cloud analytics solution enable us to link your energy analytics to your real estate, facility management, maintenance, capital projects and asset management lifecycles.



1 Web Content Management


High level energy/sustainability information

ESOS365 provides a dynamic control centre of high level energy/sustainability information across your property or geographical portfolio.

By using “Energy” as an example of a high level group, the Energy Summary screen’s main feature shows a geographical heat map with boundaries shaded with intensity in correlation to the sum of energy consumption figures for properties within those geographical boundaries.

On the right, dial indicators show the percentage of Red against Green status for energy values against target for all energy metric items. Further dials are displayed for each of the sub groups within energy, e.g. Electricity, Gas etc.

Below the heat map an annual consumption graph is displayed showing energy totals for each day of the rolling year. A detailed breakdown of energy figures by their sub group (e.g. electricity) and the regional breakdown of the current geography level is provided showing monthly consumption figures for the rolling year alongside the Red/Amber/Green (RAG) status for each month.

The current rolling year’s total is displayed at the end together with the overall RAG status for the year and a performance indicator based on the previous year’s total.

Features available on this screen include:

  • Selection box to switch metric heat source
    • e.g. Energy / Sustainability
  • Geographical Heat map
  • Performance Indicators
  • Annual trend Analysis
  • Detailed breakdown table
  • Geographical drill down from heat map and detail table
  • Metric hierarchy drill down via detailed table

2 Energy Benchmarking


Energy Benchmarking

Provides information on performance of sites and properties in relation to preset targets.

By using Energy items as an example, the regional breakdown of energy totals for the current geographical level will be displayed along with the target energy value.

A geographical component shows the location of the best and worst performers with colour-coded, clickable markers enabling the property summary screen for the property in question to be opened and energy figures to be analysed for this property in greater detail.

Graphs at the bottom of the screen show the variance from the target for the ten best and worst properties. Again, this provides a drill down into the property in question for further analysis.

Graphs are filterable to show performance of total consumption, consumption per person, sq ft etc defined as calculated metrics within the database schema.

Summary of functionality:

  • Selection box to switch data source between data groups such as Energy/Sustainability.
  • Graph to show geographical performance analysis.
  • Geographical location of the best and worst performing sites/properties.
  • Variance from target of the best and worst performance sites.
  • Drill down into property summary screens

3 Energy Trend Analysis


Trend Analysis

Provides an indication of performance over the past 13 months. An annual trend graph is provided together with a seasonal monthly trend and a bar chart showing properties which have incurred the greatest change in annual consumption compared to the previous year.

Summary of functionality includes:

  • Annual trend of consumption and RAG status.
  • Seasonal trend analysis.
  • Top changers

4 Dynamic Breakdown Analytics



Displays the breakdown of total values for the selected metric (e.g. energy) for buildings broken down by various categories pre-configured in the system, for example; Building Type, Use etc. A breakdown of the total values for the given metric by the sub group is also provided.

Each chart has a selectable table or filter to choose a category which will then provide the resultant analytics.

5 Outliers Location Maps



Displays the best and the worst performers.

Each chart has a selectable table or filter to choose a category which will then provide the resultant analytics.

6 Analytics Energy Performance



This dashboard provides analysis of performance against targets for the selected metric group.

Each metric value is compared against the target figure and allocated a Red/Amber/Green (RAG) status according to its performance against target.

The numbers and percentages of these Red, Amber and Green (RAG) status flags are analysed on this dashboard.

Summary of functionality includes:

  • Annual trend of percentage red amber green by month.
  • Geographical distribution of RAG.
  • Performance indicators.
  • Breakdown of RAG by sub type.

7 Building Energy Metrics



The energy tab on the building summary will display the following dashboard.

This includes:

  • Metric Group Selector to switch data
  • Breakdown by Sub Group, Supplier, Area Type
  • Performance indicator of RAG status against target
  • Annual Monthly Trend Against Target
  • Top Ten Meter’s in terms of consumption
  • Seasonal Trend Variation
  • Average Weekly Profile
  • Average Daily Profile
  • Actual Daily Usage
  • Detailed Meter Table

8 Meter Screens & Analytics


Meter screens

Clicking on an individual meter in the detailed table at the bottom of the building energy screen will display the following dashboard providing analysis on the individual meter or sub meter.

Meters will be stored in a generic asset hierarchy with multi-levels of drill through – see database schema design for more details.

The following will be available on this screen:

  • Breakdown by Area Type
  • Performance indicator of RAG status against target for sub meters
  • Annual Monthly Trend Against Target
  • Seasonal Trend Variation
  • Average Weekly Profile
  • Average Daily Profile
  • Actual Daily Usage
  • Detailed Sub Meter Table

9 Pop up Edit Screen


Edit screens

An administration screen is required to maintain the titles and floor plans for a floor energy profile pop-up. From this screen a user should be able to:

  • Allocate days available
  • Create time slots for each day
  • Upload/Update a floor plan image showing the energy hotspot image for the time slot
  • Add, update, delete any of the above elements
Building Energy – Consumption Profile Pop Up

On the building energy screen, from the tabular meter table situated at the bottom of the page, when a floor is clicked the following pop-up is required for the selected floor.

This screen displays the energy hotspot floor plan for the first entry against the floor:

  • Every 2 seconds the floor plan and title will change to the next energy drawing. This should be a fade transition.
  • During the same interval the table at the bottom of the screen should highlight the next energy section in the cycle.
  • Should a user click on a given energy time slot (e.g. Wednesday 12:30) then the floor plan and title for this energy slot should be displayed and the timer halted.
  • Should a user click “Play” the timer will start again and loop through the subsequent floor plans.
  • Should a user select “Pause”, the timer will stop.