Mestro Energy Management System (EMS) is a SaaS-based automated data collection and reporting service for energy. They focus on comparisons of Key Performance Indicators from consumption, environmental impact and related costs for property portfolios, building owners, property managers and other dispersed businesses and industries. With direct commercial links with energy suppliers, sub-metering solutions, control systems, and various other data sources of information,
With direct commercial links with energy suppliers, sub-metering solutions, control systems, and various other data sources of information, Mestro automates the collection of all types of energy consumption data. With a background in offset against actual consumption and invoice verification against actual energy agreements based on hourly real time consumption data, Mestro rank and distinguish individual deviations, visualize unnecessary consumption and identify faulty contracts.
With Mestro EMS the real value of energy measures and monitoring of energy consumption for large property portfolios and dispersed organizations are made visible. Communication with housing associations, tenants and other stakeholders are strengthened. It also helps with budgeting and mission objectives on energy consumption and energy costs as well as energy efficiency planning and monitoring of energy management efforts.
Mestro is a complementary tool to the property manager that breaks a chain of manual processes and automate the process of energy monitoring. It creates traceability around processes, mission objectives and results of energy monitoring initiatives. Reports, energy statistics and other collected data can be sent automatically to the manager or housing associations as part of an energy management commitment with a focus on budget, cost forecast and outcome of energy consumption, or to a third-party system, vendor or partner such as GRESB to populate the GRESB Real Estate Assessment.
With a complex, yet simply useful solution, Mestro holds a unique market place and are supported by direct legal requirements and EU directives that focus on energy efficiency and sustainability reporting.