ENGIE Insight manages energy cost and consumption for nearly 2,000 hospitality facilities, from economy motels to luxury hotels. While hospitality is a resource-intensive industry, ENGIE Insight is uncovering incredible opportunities to improve the efficiency of electric, natural gas, and water consumption and significantly reduce those costs along the way. As utility rates continue to climb, ENGIE Insight is helping thousands of sites mitigate those costs by minimizing their impact on hospitality budgets.
Using historical utilities cost and consumption data, ENGIE Insight Facility Optimization solutions help hospitality clients identify and prioritize the facilities that are using excess energy and resources. We identify and resolve energy spikes and anomalies and develop long-term plans that provide an ROI for energy management projects, manage the implementation of those projects, and report on the plan’s effectiveness.Learn More
To mitigate excess usage and expense, hospitality establishments need site-level visibility into utility cost and consumption. ENGIE Insight's Utility Expense & Data Management offerings aggregate your utility bill processing and analysis, utility site service management, and budget and accruals across your entire enterprise, so you can reduce costs, improve on-time payments, and manage risk.Learn More
ENGIE Insight Energy Supply Management solutions provide in-depth market analytics and reporting for multi-site hoteliers. We custom-tailor your strategy for energy sourcing and risk management, which reduces expenses and creates budget certainty. ENGIE Insight ensures you’re buying the right energy products at the right time and on the right rate.Learn More
“Because ENGIE Insight has such deep historical utility cost and consumption data at the property level, they’re uniquely positioned to serve as our first line of defense against anomalies and waste.”
This new report offers a glimpse into how progressive hospitality businesses are addressing their energy and resource conservation challenges in 2016.