Weekly Pro

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In this article, you will learn everything about the Weekly Pro report.

Introduction

The weekly professional report was born as a tool to quickly check the performance of a facility, focusing on energy, cost and baseload consumption. This report helps to identify the top-5 deviations above a 4-weeks baseline, monetizing them.

Concerning the consumed base load, this report analyzes the evolution for the last 4 weeks, and how much it cost each base load kW with the current energy prices.   

Available frequencies

  • Weekly (every Monday)
  • On demand

Available energy sources

  • Electricity (by location)
  • Electricity and gas (by device)

Configuration

  • By locations
  • By devices or groups

Requirements

Report detailing

Side A 
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  1. Report title. Report gets its title from the report configuration wizard. 
  2. Date range for the report. This report is only available in a weekly automation, so each Monday you will get the report. Below, it appears the report device name where data is acquired.
  3. Summary table for this week, compared with last week and 4 previous last week median.*
  4. This chart shows the consumption by day of the week (Monday-Sunday), compared with the median of previous 4-weeks. Interesting to see if some remarkable differences appeared. **
  5. List of very important energy indicators for the current week and last 4 weeks median. Energy managers must have a look at "baseload %" and "Weekly Utilization Factor". First one relates how much power is used all the time, while the second one shows how many full utilization hours a week your facility uses.*
  6. This chart benchmarks 4 different energy curves: Current week, the 4 weeks median baseline, 4 weeks maximum demand and 4 weeks minimum demand. If your facility is performing well, it won't go above the 4 weeks maximum.***
  7. Top 5 deviations above the maximum demand curve. This table prints major 5 detected inefficiencies during the week above last 4 weeks maximum curve baseline. It gives information about the duration, wasted kWh and wasted money. 
  8. Top 5 deviations above the median demand curve. This table prints major 5 detected inefficiencies during the week above last 4 weeks median curve baseline. It gives information about the duration, wasted kWh and wasted money.
  9. Summary cost wasted current week against last 4 weeks median baseline. It is a very important value to have a look all weeks.

 *The median in this table is calculated as the median of the weekly consumption of the four weeks.

** The median in this chart is the result of the aggregation of the hourly median of each week.

*** The median in this chart is calculated hourly.

Side B

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  1. Report title. Report gets its title from the report configuration wizard. 
  2. Date range for the report. This report is only available in a weekly automation, so each Monday you will get the report. Below, it appears the report device name where data is acquired.
  3. This chart shows your current week consumption curve, in blue, with the average baseload as a grey band. This is the volume of energy that your facility consumes every week by default, so it is a very sensitive part of your total consumption and should be monitored closely.
  4. Summary figures according to baseload, such as median base load, total baseload energy consumed, baseload weekly cost, and base load cost % above total weekly cost. These data indicate whether it is worthwhile to focus efforts on reducing consumption-based or not.
  5. This chart shows the base load evolution for the last 4 weeks. The dotted line indicates de % of baseload above the total load, so the trend slope should be negative to get energy savings.
  6. Baseload reduction/increase for the current week versus 4 weeks previous median. 
  7. Summary table for the last 4 weeks.
  8. Information message quantifying how much money costs each kW consuming during the whole year (8,760h).   

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