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Management Software/Data tracking

NYGATS is an online tracking system that manages the State’s voluntary market for tradable renewable energy certificates (RECs) and energy attribute certificates. Users can use the platform to apply for Renewable Energy Standard (RES) certification under New York’s Clean Energy Standard through their earned qualification statements, designating the RECs created by a facility as eligible for RES Tier 1 compliance (learn more about RES T Electric generation, imports, and consumption in New York State are continuously recorded using unique serial numbers. Registered users can trade, retire, or substantiate REC ownership to support energy compliance.
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With a Smart Meter, a digital meter that communicates between a residence or business and Con Edison over a secure wireless communication network, commercial and multifamily complex billing customers gain access to cost and usage trends, interval data, and personalized energy insights. Users receive custom energy efficiency opportunities and recommendations based on monthly, daily, and real-time energy usage, as well as the ability to download and safely share energy data with contractors and other third parties to optimize energy use by a business, facility, or multifamily building.
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RETScreen® is a Clean Energy Management Software system for energy efficiency, renewable energy and cogeneration project feasibility analysis, as well as ongoing energy performance analysis. RETScreen enables users to identify, assess, and optimize the technical and financial viability of potential clean energy projects. This decision intelligence software platform also allows managers to easily measure and verify the actual performance of their facilities and helps find additional energy savings/production opportunities.
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Wastewise is a voluntary program that helps participating businesses reduce waste quantity and disposal costs.
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The Food Recovery Challenge (FRC) is a voluntary incentive program in which organizations and businesses set data-driven goals, implement targeted strategies to reduce wasted food in their operations, and report results to compete for annual data-driven and narrative awards recognition from EPA.
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SmartWay is a public-private partnership between the EPA and the freight and carrier shipping industry to reduce the environmental impacts of transporting goods, primarily through emissions reductions. SmartWay provides a system for tracking, documenting and sharing information about fuel use and freight emissions across supply chains; helps companies identify and select more efficient freight carriers, transport modes, equipment, and operational strategies to improve supply chain sustainability and to lower the costs of shipping goods; and reduces freight transportation-related emissions by accelerating the use of advanced fuel-saving technologies.
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GreenChill is an EPA partnership with food retailers to reduce refrigerant emissions and decrease their impact on the ozone layer and climate change. The 2010 phaseout of certain hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) – particularly HCFC-22 – under the Clean Air Act marked a major step in the transition to alternative refrigerants. The majority of supermarkets use HCFC-22 as their primary refrigerant and while it remains legal to run an installed HCFC-22 system, refrigerant production for servicing HCFC-22 equipment ended in 2020. Additionally, high rates of refrigerant leaks are common. GreenChill assists food retailers take advantage of improved technologies for supermarket refrigerants to reduce leaks and provides food retailers with ozone and climate-friendly alternatives that align with the new regulatory framework.
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Portfolio Manager is an interactive energy management tool that allows users to track and asses energy and water consumption, as well as greenhouse gas emissions, in commercial buildings. Users may use the online tool to benchmark the performance of one building or a whole portfolio of buildings. Users can then use the results to identify under-performing buildings, set goals for energy performance, verify efficiency improvements, and receive EPA recognition for superior energy performance.
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Through the Strategic Management Program (SEM), NYSERDA provides tools and resources to assist businesses manage energy use in a coordinated and strategic way. NYSERDA offers two training options that teach businesses how to establish and implement SEM.  Through the training, participants will learn to: Collect, measure, and track energy use information to help inform strategic business decisions. Continuously measure and improve energy performance. Empower and motivate workforces to contribute to energy strategy and goals.
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Real Time Energy Management (RTEM) is a term used by the New York State Energy and Research Development Authority (NYSERDA) to describe a combination of systems and services employed to monitor and identify building improvement opportunities. The system consists of hardware, software, and secure internet connectivity that continuously transmits a building’s current and historical performance data to the cloud, provides automated fault detection and diagnostics (FDD), and supports demand response. RTEM continuously analyzes real-time granular data from the cloud and transforms it into actionable information for property owners, building managers and tenants, and can pinpoint a building’s operational inefficiencies, identify energy conservation measures, and help justify capital improvements.
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The NY Energy Manager (NYEM) is an energy management software that allows NYPA customers to improve building energy performance and reduce emissions and energy costs. NYEM is an analytic software that works with metering hardware designs a custom energy management strategy for single facilities or multiple building portfolios.
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