A multi-utility energy control system has control center computer(s) connected to various utility consuming systems and software that formats pertinent systems' energy data, stores, retrieves, diagnoses and acts in response to changes and includes a multi-utility master meter device and a plurality of sensors. The system includes at least one dashboard screen as a control screen, and a plurality of interconnected utility related subscreens. The meter device and sensors monitor consumption of a plurality of different utilities and will generate selected information, including recognition of surges, of increase in usage versus historical data. The master meter has a CPU, visual display means, programming controls and a power source connection. The sensors connections transmit real time rates to the master meter central processing unit. The control center computer(s) identify consumption, changes in consumption, changes in facility individual system consumption and identify and correct for surges, gaps, peak demands and other data, with reports as desired.