The Sites page is useful if you're responsible for managing energy in multiple buildings. You can use the Sites page to understand how your sites perform and see which of your sites are the highest and lowest consumers. You can even use normalisations to get an idea of how efficient your sites are.
The Sites page consists of two main components: the map and the leaderboard. The map lets you analyse your sites by looking at their actual location. On the other hand, the leaderboard lists all of your sites from the highest consumer to the lowest consumer, regardless of location.
Updating the inputs at the top of the page allows you to update all of the Sites page data. For example, you can update the Date option to see energy use for the Past 30 Days or the Past Year.
Sites appear on the map as markers. Their location is decided by the postcode you entered when you created the site. Clicking a site marker will zoom in to that specific site and open an information window with its details. From there, you can click the name of the site to go to the Site Dashboard, or you can edit a site by clicking the edit icon.
You can use the map search bar to look at all your sites within a specific location. To do this, start typing the location you're interested in and select the correct option when it appears. The map should move to the location that you've entered.
The leaderboard lists all of your sites from the highest consumer to the lowest consumer. It's a great way to identify the sites that are not performing efficiently and where energy efficiency efforts should be prioritised.
Clicking the name of a site in the leaderboard will take you to the Site Dashboard page. You can also edit a site's details by clicking the edit icon.
You can use the leaderboard search bar to search for sites by name. To do this, start typing the name of the site you're interested in. The leaderboard will change to reflect your search.