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Vitality IO, Inc. reimagines building management systems to optimize energy management during rolling blackouts.

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Leading energy management software provider, Vitality, sets the new standard for managing rolling blackouts to minimize related charges for buildings.

Vitality IO, Inc. is a nationally recognized energy management software for energy metering, dashboards, and analytics. The company continues to expand its reach and capabilities to serve more users in all markets with their energy-related issues.

One of the widespread issues that users in both the public and private sectors are experiencing is outdated building operational data. Most existing building management systems cost users more money than necessary and barely provide usable data. This is especially true during rolling blackouts that have become more prevalent in parts of the US. Vitality provides energy solutions that allow for data measurement during temporary blackouts.

Rolling blackouts manage power grids when supply and demand fall out of sync. After a temporary power outage, building management systems are meant to manage energy consumption to prevent a spike in utility bills for users. However, most systems are not optimized to bring equipment back online at various times to manage the building’s demand once power is back. Vitality ensures that users stay within an acceptable threshold after a rolling blackout to avoid the peak demand charges applied by utility providers.

California blackouts are often experienced during heatwaves, the summer peak demand. For a medium-sized building, when power is restored, the HVAC system focuses on cooling down the building in addition to all other equipment that will turn on immediately. This means that the demand for power in that building rises considerably if the building management system is not set up to handle a rolling blackout.

“If you are not monitoring the demand from the equipment being turned on after a rolling blackout, you could be potentially costing your business thousands of dollars.”

Vitality allows people to see the real-time energy demands to help them better manage their valuable resources. Vitality is ranked the best energy management software in the industry with easy yet effective energy management solutions. The company is also praised for its customer service and easy-to-access central platform for building data, meters, and IoT. In addition to managing costs and valuable resources, Vitality is also helping users reduce their carbon footprint by better managing energy use.

As an energy management system, Vitality provides utility resource consumption transparency and vital tools for building managers to run buildings more effectively. The software allows managers to see power consumption throughout the building and can easily automate building management tasks like billing and provide reporting systems. This central platform combines business intelligence, energy management, utility billing, and control solutions to allow buildings of all sizes to cut down on operation costs and become automated buildings.

Vitality’s analytics reports also provide detailed, actionable insights to help measure ROI on energy-saving techniques, projects, and more. Vitality thrives on helping clients get the best returns on their investments. 

Learn more about the next-generation building management platform and all available features for energy managers, and find out how to better prevent increased costs during rolling blackouts.

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Company Name: Vitality IO, Inc.
Contact Person: Clayton Erekson
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Country: United States

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