I'm wondering if any of you Energy Pro's out there have experience with commercial energy auditing software that would include multi-family buildings?  Are you using software that you would feel comfortable in recommending?

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Eric,

I have used TREAT Multifamily and EA-Quip.  Overall they were very similar, but I liked TREAT, it was a little easier to use and you pay once for the software.  EA-Quip is web based and you pay per building.  I have also used eQUEST, which took way too long.

Kyle

Consider EnergyCAP Energy Management Software.

Two versions are available:

EnergyCAP Enterprise for large organizations

EnergyCAP Express for smaller businesses (free trial available)

Good luck!

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