Measurement and Verification Projects Summary (MVP)

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In this article, you will learn everything about the MVP Summary Report.

Introduction

This MVP energy report is very useful to track the development of your Measurement and Verification Projects.
In this kind of report, you can compare the evolution of the real consumption versus the baseline of your projects during the last week and the last month from the day that the report was made, and from the beginning to date.
   

Available frequencies

  • Weekly (every Monday)

Available energy sources

  • Electricity
  • Gas
  • Water

Configuration

  • By locations

Requirements

  • Devices with data
  • MVP project created with its baseline in the MVP tool.

Report detailing

Side A. Summary of the ongoing MVP's
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1. Report title. The report gets its title from the report configuration wizard.
2. Report reference date. It indicates the last day from the week that the report is going to track.
3. Status for ongoing Measurement and Verification projects. In this first part of the report, a tracking of the ongoing projects from the account is going to be performed.
4. Savings to date. This indicates the level of energy savings achieved from the beginning of the project until the last day tracked by comparing the real consumption to the baseline.

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1. Report title. The report gets its title from the report configuration wizard.
2. Report reference date. It indicates the last day from the week that the report is going to track.
3. Ongoing project tracked. Information about the project that is being tracked.
4. Savings to date. This indicates the level of energy 
savings achieved from the beginning of the project until the last day tracked by comparing the real consumption to the baseline.
5. Last 7 days of evolution. This chart shows the evolution of the project for the last 7 days, comparing the real consumption to the baseline.
6. Summary table. It shows the total energy consumed and the energy difference for the last 7 days. 

7. Last 28 days of evolution. This chart shows the evolution of the project for the last 28 days, comparing the real consumption to the baseline.
8. 
Summary table. It shows the total energy consumed and the energy difference for the last 28 days.

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1. Report title. The report gets its title from the report configuration wizard.
2. Report reference date. It indicates the last day from the week that the report is going to track.
3. Ongoing project tracked. Information about the project that is being tracked.
4. Savings to date. This indicates the level of energy 
savings achieved from the beginning of the project until the last day tracked by comparing the real consumption to the baseline.
5. Evolution from the beginning of the project. This chart shows the evolution of the project from the beginning to the last day tracked, comparing the real consumption to the baseline.
6. Summary table. It shows the total energy consumed during the period and the energy difference from the beginning of the project to date.

 

Report explanation - Side B. Summary of the already completed projects

This section shows the completed projects in a similar fashion to the previous section. It shows both the summary and the detail for each project.

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