Pivotal Energy Solutions is a technology company focused on delivering innovative software solutions for the energy efficiency market. Our flagship product, AXIS, is a cloud-hosted software platform designed to enable operational efficiencies and transparency for energy efficiency program administrators, participants, and evaluators.
Used by leading program sponsors and utilities such as NEEA, Energy Trust of Oregon, and Arizona Public Service, AXIS serves as a centralized data collection, storage, and sharing hub with integrated workflow management and messaging functionality. In addition to supporting the RESNET energy rating protocols, the modular architecture of AXIS allows for customization of functionality, visibility, and workflows to meet program-specific needs.
AXIS is a cloud-based data and workflow management platform that streamlines energy ratings and energy efficiency program participation through data sharing by connecting raters/verifiers, HERS providers, home builders, HVAC contractors, QA organizations, utilities, program evaluators, and others using a centralized data repository. Contact us to learn more about AXIS.
- Track your homes in shared system.
- Import Architectural Energy Corporation’s REM/Rate™ data and populate inspection checklists.
- Export and upload or populate ENERGY STAR 3.0 checklists on a per-home basis or as a batch process.
- Create custom Energy Efficiency Programs (EEPs) and define program data collection requirements and incentive levels
- Review home inspection and energy model data
- Process incentive payments
- Store program documentation
- Customized report generation
- Immediate access to Rater inspection reports for Builder homes
- Track incentive payments
- Review Energy Savings prior to construction
- Customized report generation
With AXIS, we will have access to more comprehensive data to QA homes within our program.
Fri November 01, 2019
We'd like to welcome the City of Richland as the latest utility in the Pacific Northwest to implement a performance-based incentive program for residential new construction. Richland joins Snohomish PUD, Clark PUD, Central Electric Co-Op, Pacific Power & Light, Puget Sound Energy, Idaho Power, Benton PUD, Benton REA, and Inland Power in offering builder incentives for achieving specific whole-home energy efficiency targets using a performance-based program template developed by the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance(NEEA), the Regional Technical Forum (RTF) and the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) and implemented within the AXIS platform. Each utility defines their own above-code savings target and incentive structure while homes entered by raters and verifiers into AXIS are automatically routed for third-party QA review, approved, and paid by the respective utilities. This revolutionary approach of leveraging AXIS as the centralized data hub, the participation and administration portal, and the file/field QA platform enables a streamlined and integrated workflow for all stakeholders while providing the Northwest with the visibility into the construction of program homes throughout the region to help influence energy code moving forward.
To learn more about how AXIS can benefit your utility program, contact us directly.
Thu October 31, 2019
In order to address the growing need for capturing electronic signatures for energy efficiency and "green" program enrollment and participation, we are excited to announce new DocuSign functionality available in the AXIS platform! Initial deployment of DocuSign within AXIS was driven by a project for the Energy Trust of Oregon that required capturing electronic signatures from both home builders and verifiers on a single, auto-populated document generated by AXIS using a workflow trigger. The AXIS DocuSign integration will also be used for routing auto-populated program enrollment agreements for signature in support of Home Innovation Research Labs's National Green Building Standard (NGBS) Program.
To learn more about DocuSign, click here. To learn more about AXIS, contact us directly.
Tue October 08, 2019
The Pivotal team will be attending NEEA's BetterBuiltNW Home Efficiency Forum in Portland, OR, October 17 and 18. We're looking forward to seeing our users in the Pacific Northwest again in person and learning more about the exciting future of high performance building in the region. If you have plans to attend and would like to set up a private meeting to discuss the AXIS data and workflow management platform, let us know! See you in Portland!
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