Manage maintenance requests, assign work orders, and keep track of your assets
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Supercharge productivity with mobile work orders
Reduce interruptions and manage requests with a single portal
Parts & Inventory Management
Reduce parts costs with an accurate inventory count
Stay on top of maintenance schedules for every asset
Standardize your maintenance with itemized tasks
Automatically generate work orders and assign to technicians.
Purchase Orders & Invoices
Generate purchase orders and automatically update your inventory.
See your entire space at a glance and optimize maintenance planning.
Save money on early replacement costs and flag expiring warranties.
Trigger maintenance tasks based on equipment use.
Effortlessly track every detail about your asset histories
Easily schedule and automate preventive maintenance
Schedule and respond to anything that needs repair or replacement
Effortlessly manage every maintenance request from start to finish
Manufacturing & Plants
Reduce equipment downtime and improve reliability
Track all maintenance histories on assets
Government & Public Works
Prevent costly breakdowns and keep your operations running
Schools and Higher Education
Create a safe learning environment with digital maintenance checklists.
Gym & Fitness
Regularly adjust exercise equipment and ensure exceptional workout experiences
Ensure your fleet runs smoothly and keep safety costs in check
Streamline your maintenance needs to optimize your customer experience
Keep track of daily maintenance tasks to provide an seamless guest experience
Fix small issues before they add up
Farming & Agriculture
Meet production goals by minimizing unplanned downtime
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“UpKeep revealed we had an overage in inventory and lets us make more cost-effective decisions. It was literally the difference between $1.4 million in parts versus $500,000.”
National Reliability Manager at Rehrig
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Answered November 21 2019
Renewable energy is any form of energy that comes from a naturally renewable source. These sources include:
Renewable energy harnesses any source that renews itself indefinitely—like sunlight or wind—and converts it into electricity.
Renewable energy has become quite common. In fact, the International Energy Agency predicts that it will compose 26% of all electricity produced by 2020, so it’s far more than just a minor trend.
There are many ways to harness renewable energy, including those listed below.
Wind power currently accounts for about 6.5% of all energy in the U.S. Wind energy is harvested through wind farms consisting of dozens of massive turbines.
Solar energy uses panels of photovoltaic cells to collect rays from the sun and convert them into electricity. This type of energy ranges from massive solar farms to individual panels atop roofs or even vehicles. Currently, solar power makes up 1.5% of all energy produced in the United States.
Water energy comes from either hydroelectric dams, which use fast-moving water to turn electric turbines; or in-development tidal energy, which use a similar system in a bay or other areas by the ocean. Hydropower is the largest source of renewable energy in the nation, sitting at 7% in 2018.
Biomass energy involves burning material gathered from plants and animals. While biomass is actually not often clean or completely sustainable—as in the case of wood—it can be useful in some circumstances, such as when burning sawdust or other waste from production processes. Biomass makes up 1.4% of all energy production in the U.S.
Geothermal energy uses heat from the earth to generate electricity or to heat buildings. It currently produces about 0.4% of all the nation’s energy.
The initial investment in renewable energy can be pretty high, and it requires consistent proactive maintenance to keep running at top efficiency. However, the payoff in energy savings and environmental responsibility can be worth it.
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