The partnership claims that it will facilitate real estate and facilities managers to calculate, follow and act on energy related data such as electricity, natural gas, oil, HVAC and steam, and tackle energy problems.

The partnership will identify irregularities and out-of-threshold events by a synchronized work flow process, and implement energy savings activities by generating multiple notifications and remedial activities, eSight Energy said.

The company also said that the partnership will also help owners to make fuel-saving modifications, decrease areas of energy waste and lessen use by incorporated system supervision, alerts and work flow tools.

Building Engines CEO David Osborn said that the new energy management toolset will make energy data actionable.

"A wealth of energy tracking programs exists, yet they fail to close the loop and help clients to take effective action," Osborn said.