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Recorded Webinar

Generating Meter Reports With Microsoft Power BI

Date held: September 11, 2019
Duration: 35 min

Accurately tracking energy usage across an entire system, or even by location, helps businesses reduce energy costs. Being able to visualize your granular-level data in different formats and to pull data from different sources means you can quickly and efficiently identify energy usage and adjust your system as needed.

This webinar provides the framework so you can create and customize your own reports using energy and power quality metering data from SEL meters. You will learn how to:

  • Retrieve and store SEL-735 Power Quality and Revenue Meter data with acSELerator Team SEL-5045 Software.
  • Exchange data between Team and Microsoft Power BI using the acSELerator Database API.
  • Create an energy invoice using Microsoft Power BI.

Learn From the Experts

Phil Stoaks
Phil Stoaks

Data Analyst

Phil Stoaks is a data analyst with Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories. He is a leader in implementing Microsoft Power BI at SEL. Phil joined SEL in 2015 after earning his BS from Eastern Oregon University and previously owned a small business developing web applications.

Michael Holland
Michael Holland

Senior Engineering Manager I

Michael Holland is a senior engineering manager with Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories and has been in the R&D metering group since 2005. He earned his BS in computer science from the University of Idaho and contributed to both firmware and software development at SEL before managing both development teams.