Chart Examples

ENMAT has a variety of charts on offer that allow users to track consumption of their utilities at a site, as well as monitoring usage patterns, power quality, and supply demand. Below are a selection of the charts on offer to all of our users, and we do not restrict chart availability behind pay walls: all of our users gain access to any charts that are applicable to the meters at their site.

Consumption Charts

The Consumption bar chart shows the consumption for a meter(s) over a specified time period. For electricity consumption the bars are colour coded to show the split between day and night units. These charts allow for analysis of overall site/area/meter consumption.

Half Hourly Profile Charts

The Half Hourly Profile line charts show a detailed view of the half hourly consumption data for meters with this level of data granularity available (half hourly/AMR electricity meters, AMR gas meters, sub meters of all utility types). These charts allow for the accurate analysis of consumption patterns.

Average Power Factor Chart

The power factor of an electricity supply is a measure of how efficiently electrical power is being consumed at site. For an ideal supply, the power factor would equal 1, which means the energy consumed is the same as that drawn from the grid. Most supplies have a power factor less than 1, and tracking power factor allows for identification of inefficiencies in your site’s consumption of electricity.

Average Power Factor Chart

The power factor of an electricity supply is a measure of how efficiently electrical power is being consumed at site. For an ideal supply, the power factor would equal 1, which means the energy consumed is the same as that drawn from the grid. Most supplies have a power factor less than 1, and tracking power factor allows for identification of inefficiencies in your site’s consumption of electricity.

Supply Utilisation Chart

The Supply Utilisation bar chart shows the average power factor, maximum demand in kVA, and authorised supply capacity (ASC) for an electricity meter(s) over the specified time period. This information can be very useful for clients to see if they are exceeding their ASC (which incurs excess capacity charges on electricity bills), or if the ASC can be safely reduced (saving monthly ASC costs on electricity bills).

Supply Utilisation Chart

The Supply Utilisation bar chart shows the average power factor, maximum demand in kVA, and authorised supply capacity (ASC) for an electricity meter(s) over the specified time period. This information can be very useful for clients to see if they are exceeding their ASC (which incurs excess capacity charges on electricity bills), or if the ASC can be safely reduced (saving monthly ASC costs on electricity bills).

Carbon Emissions Chart

The Carbon Emissions bar chart shows the kgCO2e (kg carbon dioxide equivalent) for a meter/group of meters over the specified time period. The kgCO2e is calculated from the energy consumption (electricity or natural gas) using DECC approved conversion factors unique to each energy type.

Carbon Emissions Chart

The Carbon Emissions bar chart shows the kgCO2e (kg carbon dioxide equivalent) for a meter/group of meters over the specified time period. The kgCO2e is calculated from the energy consumption (electricity or natural gas) using DECC approved conversion factors unique to each energy type.