Take the guesswork out of your energy bills.

Tame your budget forecast and bring hard data to your bill variance reports.

Billcast organizes your historical billing data and gives you instant access to key indicators such as year-on-year spend. But it does so much more than that. Customers love Billcast for the way it transforms three key utility bill management processes.

Billcast brings powerful analytics to your utility bills.

Combining a utility rate model, historical energy use data, occupancy figures, and local weather data, Billcast tells you exactly why your bills are moving and whether you need to be concerned about operational drift.

There’s lots more to Billcast:

No more manual bill entry

Billcast retrieves historical energy use and billing information from your utility, sparing you a huge data entry headache.

One-click data downloads

Easily download all bills, projections, and budget variances so you can plug them into your financial planning tools and respond quickly to information requests from owners and tenants.

Building drift reporting

It’s important to know how much of your cost variance is driven by operational changes, but it’s even better to know what specific issues are driving your spend. Drift reporting shows you exactly how your building’s energy use profile has changed on a minute-by-minute basis, so you can focus your efforts where they will count.

Detailed rate modeling

Rather than rely on blended average rates that mix together use costs, demand costs, and time-of-use periods, Gridium incorporates a detailed rate model that understands the interaction between your pattern of energy use and the utility’s tariff rules. We even allow you to include costs from third-party power providers.

Fresh forecasts

Gridium constantly updates your energy forecast throughout the year, so that you can see how you’re tracking against budget and where you’re likely to end up when the fiscal calendar closes.

Scenario analysis

By simulating thousands of possible weather scenarios, Gridium can put a confidence range around forecasts, providing high, median, and low estimates. The range helps you understand the degree of temperature sensitivity in your building and the level of variance that should be considered normal. It also helps you plan for the unexpected.

Take the guesswork out of your energy bills.

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