Reinventing M&V Audit Business Model
Overview: M&V audits typically require expensive, complex equipment to be shipped onsite and installed temporarily to generate a baseline of building performance.
The baseline measurements are used to identify energy savings opportunities and determine the potential ROI of the projects
Once the projects are completed and the savings are verified, the equipment is uninstalled, and moved to the next facility
Vutility HotDrops lower the ROI thresholds of M&V savings projects by reducing both hardware and install/uninstall costs
Additionally, because HotDrops are not a temporary solution, they deliver ongoing monitoring and the foundation for a broader IoT network in the facility
Key Takeaway: Vutility HotDrops provide M&V cost savings, plus a strong foothold for an ongoing relationship, enabling long-term engagement and additional project opportunities.