Blue Skies Energy Management

The Blue Skies energy data portal provides easy to share information about your successes in carbon reduction and monitoring

Carbon Data Visualisation


Are you a Facilities Manager?

With buildings in many cities with different Energy Suppliers?

Yes - Carbon Counter monitoring portal is ideal for you. Data from any system can be imported into Carbon Counter to be reviewed in one carefully designed User Interface.

Are you an independent business?

With limited information about Energy usage in your sector?

Yes - Carbon Counter offers a great benchmarking tool, all independent organisations can benchmark together.


Tasked with reducing CO2e?

Job description broadened to include monitoring the carbon footprint?

Yes - Carbon Counter automatically produces simple one page reports for notice boards and offer tools to promote behavioural change to raise awareness of wastage.

Smart Meters or self-submit?

The numbers tell the same story

Yes - live smart metering data is useful, energy wastage and water leaks are detected. Meter reads gathered with a torch and notepad can also be sent to Carbon Counter as self-submit, see table below

 Smart Meter DataSelf submit meter reads
Calculate ADU (average daily usage)YesYes
Benchmark against similar buildingsYesYes
Generate Monthly ReportsYesYes
Calculate Dynamic ForecastsYesYes
Calculate CO₂e emissions from buildingsYesYes
Near real-time dataYesNo
Check on the status of smart meter / data loggerYesN/A
Automated email alerts about excessive usageYesNo
Report minimum night usageYesNo

Testimonials-Quotes-Definitions


  • logo of Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry Government of Japan
    Carbon Capture, Usage and Storage (CCUS) is a technology that can capture and make effective use of the high concentrations of CO₂ emitted by industrial activities. Consequently, it has a key role to play in decarbonization and the addressing the challenge of global climate change.
    Japan’s Roadmap to “Beyond-Zero” Carbon
    Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
  • UK Government logo

    Targeting 40GW of offshore wind power generation by 2030 including 1GW floating wing
    Consulting on whether it is appropriate to end gas grid connections to new homes being built from 2025
    Growing the installation of electric heat pumps, from 30,000 per year to 600,000 per year by 2028
    Supporting the deployment of CCUS in four industrial clusters

    Key Commitments Energy White Paper December 2020
    Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
  • Greener Solutions Group Logo
    Carbon Counter provide an indispensable service, they collect data from various data loggers, smart meters and power company's portals then put it in one place for quick access to reports, forecasts and alarms.
    Andrew Wilkinson
    Director - Greener Solutions Group
  • Metinvest logo
    Spartan UK has been using remote monitoring technology for its onsite gas sub meters for nearly two years. During this time, we have been able to identify areas for improvement and quantify the results of upgrades. The technology is unobtrusive and the data presentation easy to understand and analyse. Due to the nature of our business and size of the site we were initial concerned about signal penetration and reception, but this has not shown to be an issue. We plan to continue to use the information gathered to improve our gas efficiency, reduce our environmental impact and to justify future capex improvement projects
    Spartan Uk Ltd
    Spartan UK Ltd | part of the Metinvest Group
  • Native American Sun
    We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors,
    we borrow it from our children
    native American
    Proverb
  • The Guardian Digital logo
    CO2e, or carbon dioxide equivalent, is a standard unit for measuring carbon footprints. The idea is to express the impact of each different greenhouse gas in terms of the amount of CO₂ that would create the same amount of warming.
    The Guardian
  • logo MIT joint program on the science and policy of global change
    The more we talk about the need to control emissions,
    the more they are growing
    John Reilly
    MIT Joint Program on the science and policy of Global Change