The widget available under Site details shows the total consumption, costs, or CO2 emissions for the selected site.

When consumption is selected, the chart may contain two separate bars - for unit of energy (left bar) and volume (right bar) depending on the displayed consumption groups.

  1. More: For more information, see More button.
  2. Total value: Displays the total value numerically. If the current selection of buildings contains both energy and volume data, only the energy data is shown in consumption mode. When costs or CO2 emissions are displayed, all data is aggregated.
  3. Horizontal bar graph: Displays the total value graphically. With the budget information activated, the set threshold is indicated by a vertical line.
  4. Total budget value: Displays the total budget. This requires activating budget information in More. For more information about budgets, see Budgets.
  5. Trend: Compares the total consumption, costs or CO2 emissions of the selected monitoring period with the same period one year earlier.
  6. Bar or Line chart: Displays the contribution of the individual consumption groups to the total value as a bar or line chart. Change the chart view under More > View > Bar or Line chart. You can customize the settings to display data for one or all available consumption groups, and choose different aggregation levels. Place your mouse pointer on a bar or line to see detailed values. When the budget feature is activated, it is shown as a line on the chart. The bar chart may displays two bars for each date. This occurs when there are consumption groups available in both units of energy (left bar) and volume (right bar).
  7. Pie chart: Visualizes how individual consumption groups contribute to the total consumption, costs, or CO2 emissions. The pie chart has two layers: The outer layer displays consumption groups expressed in units of energy, the inner layer consumption groups in volume units.
  8. Consumption groups: Displays the legend for consumption groups. Select one to exclude/include it in the charts.