Grocery & Convenience
With UFIQTM, building managers in the grocery and convenience sectors can identify and adjust energy usage anomalies related to specific items such as refrigeration and lighting.
Supermarkets across the U.S. use around 50 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity and 50 cubic feet of natural gas per square foot per year.
Refrigeration and lighting account for over 50 percent of total energy usage in a typical supermarket. As a facility manager of a grocery or convenience store, you have a specific and often complex set of energy efficiency goals, as well as FDA regulations to consider.
Now, for the first time, with our UFIQTM solution, you can review analytics regarding your utilities. This includes smart meter and interval data readings relating to variables in refrigeration requirements with high traffic, doors continuously opening, weather patterns and more.