MAISY Databases

 
MAISY Utility Customer and Hourly Loads Databases are the industry's most widely-used source of utility customer energy use and month/day-type and 8760 hourly load information.

 

 



2014 MAISY® Utility Customer Energy Use & Hourly Load Databases Now Available

NEW MAISY DATABASE DEVELOPMENTS (7/17/2014):
Detailed SIC/NAICS Codes Added: Commercial Databases have been extended to include SIC/NAICS codes for each database record (Available 8/15).
Switch to Commercial Establishment Records: Adds more information on establishments in multi-establishment buildings
Household Income Added: Provides additional insights on residential customer energy use

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MAISY PRODUCTS

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Developed from information on more than 5 million individual utility customers, databases include building, equipment, operation, occupant, energy use and 8,760 hourly loads detail for each customer record.

Each database is provided in an Excel workbook for easy access and analysis. Databases have been designed to supports deep drill-down operations to develop energy use information for detailed customer segments.

Optional MAISY EnergyApp software is custom-developed for individual client applications, combining intuitive user interfaces with client-specified applications data and analysis. EnergyApps support retail energy provider profitability and energy profiling, combined heat and power analysis, customer and market sizing analysis, solar application analysis and other energy-related applications.

Jackson Associates has been providing energy industry utility customer databases and analysis since 1995. Our client list reflects a who's-who in the energy industry. This Web site provides an overview of database applications and Jackson Associates services.

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MAISY Utility Customer Database Features

1.   Large utility customer databases for each state and utility service area

2.   Access to individual customer record energy use including 8760 hourly loads

3.   Twenty general business categories and optional SIC/NAICS business codes for each commercial customer record (August 15 release date)

4.   Database records reflect utility customers rather than buildings (building databases are available as an option)

5.   The most comprehensive, up-to-date utility customer energy use data available

6.   Detailed segmentation and deep drill-down capabilities

7.   Excel workbook format for easy access and analysis

8.   Vetted/applied by over 100 organizations for technology and energy-related market analysis, product development and assessment, cost-of-service studies, energy efficiency, smart grid analysis and more