Facilities / Energy Management 2018-03-15T16:26:58+00:00

Facilities & Energy Management

Delivering Secure Enterprise Solutions for Facilities Management and Energy Management

Talisen’s Enterprise Sustainability Platform (ESP) is built on its legacy technology to support clients with mission critical, enterprise IT infrastructure that are seeking ways to be energy wise. Talisen is utilizing its experience in software development, business process management and enterprise IT management to create entirely new solutions in a cohesive environment around facilities information and energy management.

Today’s property owners need the ability to monitor and control operational expenses and utility energy expenses.

Talisen has developed an industry leading solution – ESP!

Enterprise Sustainability Platform (ESP) integrates disparate facility systems and processes into a single, secure platform.

ESP converts data from real estate (building control systems and meters), utilities, IT, and operational management systems (work order, capital planning, asset management, etc.) into visual knowledge with role-based Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) that drive sustainable decisions.

This visual knowledge becomes real-time “business intelligence” data.

Success Stories

Talisen’s ESP is listed on EnergyStar’s top 50 Most Active Service and Product Providers.

Talisen is ranked #36 with 501 benchmarked properties across a total of 90,000,000+ square feet.

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Facility Management Statistics:

  • Buildings: 8,100+
  • Square Feet: 365,000,000+
  • Utility Bills: 351,000+
  • Work Orders: 1,500,000+

Major Energy Projects:

  • State of Missouri
  • City of Kansas City, Missouri
  • New York Power Authority
  • Non-Profit Health Group

Talisen’s ESP Building Blocks

Enterprise Meter & BAS Point Monitoring:

Utility Bill Invoice Analytics:

IT Monitoring and Management:

Integrating/Leveraging Existing Facility Management Systems:

Advanced Data Analytics (Fault Detection):

Talisen’s Customer Experiences

Let’s see what some customers have to say about their experience after implementing Talisen’s ESP system.

Talisen’s ESP is the system of record for reporting progress toward Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order 88, mandating all in State-owned and managed buildings reduce the average EUI by at least 20% by the year 2020.

With state public facilities getting real-time data on their energy use, they can improve building energy performance and lower the State’s utility bills. Basically, it will be like performing an MRI on a facility and getting an incredibly detailed report about how it consumes energy. By knowing more, we can do more. We will utilize analytics and engineering expertise provided by this new energy management operations network, enabling NYPA to continuously improve energy management and operations of state facilities, drive down government operating expenses and save taxpayers money, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and create jobs in the emerging green economy.
– Breaking Energy 2014-10-21

Gil Quiniones, President, Chief Executive Officer New York Power Authority
For the State of New York, it’s about demonstrating types of solutions that can be brought to scale across a large portfolio and the state is leading by example.
Lloyd Kass, New York Power Authority Preceding Director of Build Smart NY
Just like families and businesses across Missouri, we’re finding innovative ways to stretch dollars, and reducing our energy consumption is a natural place to start. I appreciate the hard work of all the departments that contributed to this effort, and I especially applaud our energy-efficiency team within the Office of Administration.

Read the full story: https://governor.mo.gov/news/archive/gov-nixon-announces-56-percent-reduction-state-energy-bill-over-past-year

Jay Nixon, Missouri Governor
The City of Kansas City looks forward to leveraging the ESP platform to become a national leader in sustainability and as an example for other forward-looking communities.

ESP has been a key component to helping out city achieve its vision. Energy consumption has been reduced and operational costs have decreased.

Robert Rives, Facility Manager, City of Kansas City, MO