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Seattle-based Powerit Solutions has launched the latest version of its demand management cloud product, Spara Hub.

Powerit says this version features an upgraded analytics and reporting application that allows Powerit partners and customers to determine potential energy savings.

According to the company, its Spara Demand Diagnostics gathers energy data from on-site metering sent to Spara Hub and then uses that data to simulate demand control actions and results. Powerit reports that the application can diagnose problems caused by usage peaks and price spikes, uncover load-shifting opportunities and show the potential savings achievable through advanced demand management.

Demand Diagnostics integrates with energy monitoring and reporting platforms and is available as a standalone service, Powerit notes.

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