ENTOUCH Energy Management

Convenience Store

Extend Your Value Using Our Convenience Store Energy Management Solutions

Our convenience store clients experience strong results with an average payback of 1.4 years, 284% 5-year ROI, and 16% kWh reduction.

ENTOUCH reduces your operating expenses in your multisite convenience store locations by providing IoT facility management technology across North America.

ENTOUCH stands ready to serve as your partner. Your HVAC systems represent a manageable high operational cost. The concept of energy management is simple: monitor everything, define set targets for standardization, and act on information to reduce overall cost while driving customer and associate comfort.

Zero friction, fast deployment, and proven results.

On the surface, operational goals include reducing energy consumption and increasing your company revenue. The operational plan lies in using data to support your convenience store operations to gain a faster positive return on investment. There are thousands of possible data points to track energy management in retail facilities to ensure that HVAC, refrigeration, lighting, and water systems work correctly. Still, your priority is the customers you’re serving while leaving ENTOUCH to reduce and manage your energy consumption.

Our proven track record serving retail stores means we know your facility requirements, ensuring the shortest distance between you and bottom-line results.

Top Concerns for Convenience Stores

  • Lowered energy cost: 16% kWh annual reduction

  • Aligned utility spend and usage: 284% 5-year ROI

  • Frictionless deployments

  • Delivers ESG and sustainable goals

  • Asset-level details and reporting

  • Streamlined day-to-day management

  • Productive associate and customer environment

  • Predicted and lower maintenance spend

Savings 10% of HVAC energy usage while gaining equipment visibility

Our multi-state convenience store chain, with more than 225 locations, needed to keep an eye on everything from asset operations to energy consumption for HVAC, refrigeration, food service, equipment, fuel pumps, and lighting controls without adding manpower.

 “Convenience stores use more energy than any other type of commercial building, consuming as much as 94 kilowatt-hours per square foot. The additional energy demands of outdoor canopy lighting, refrigeration units, and always hot ready-to-eat food trays, it nearly doubles the kilowatt-hours per square foot. Since convenience stores operate 24-hours a day, energy management is the ideal solution.”