Power and Water Utilities

Technology is the center of today’s power and water business models and operations. Enercom is at the center of technologies tailored for power and water transition from regulated business model and aging infrastructure to technology enabled and alternative approaches.

As the world is changing, energy efficiency and energy management have become prevalent, requiring a high level of expertise and know-how. Pressures from environmental lobby groups, government regulations, investors seeking the best return on investment, and safety concerns are all challenges that the energy industry and power sector must address. The new business and technology initiatives and trends such as renewables, distributed generation, cogeneration, smart grid, peak management, smart reading, sub-metering, and conservation management are among these challenges.

The critical and strategic role of water in the global economy and the shortages of fresh water put the water resource and distribution management at the center of global attention. The intelligent and smart water management systems are the necessity of today’s utility industry. The remote monitoring and sophisticated modelling and analytical systems supported by advanced information and communications infrastructure along with an integrated data, process and workflow equipped with geospatial infrastructure and models are the key success factors for the modern water industry.

At Enercom, we fully understand these challenges and their impact on your operation and business. We have extensive experience in the power and water sectors, including hydro and thermal power generation, power transmission and distribution, dams, water management and irrigation networks. As your trusted technology partner we can provide you technology planning and commissioning, operational support systems, remote monitoring, analytics, geomatics, integration, and HSE making your business smarter and sustainable.


Enercom Utility Bill Analysis Tool (UBAT) is an energy intelligence and management application which analyzes utility data over a period of three years, including water, sewage, electricity and natural gas and generates tables and graphs and carbon footprint. The application is highly automated and requires only client information, location and raw utility data.

One of the benefits of UBAT is the generation of utility statistical analysis, and consumption profile as well as consumption trends from one year to another.

UBAT produces two sets of data: one set for the global consumption profile, that is, for the whole campus or enterprise and another set of data for each facility with the following breakdown:

  • • Electricity
  • • Gas
  • • Water
  • • Sewage Production
  • • CO2 (MtC) Produced
  • • CO2 /SqFt (kg)
  • • Energy (kBtu) Used
  • • Energy Cost ($)
  • • Energy/SqFoot (kBtu)
  • • Energy Cost/SqFoot ($)
  • • Energy Consumption
  • • Energy Sources and Cost Comparison