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Schneider, Siemens Lead Building Energy Management Market, Navigant Says

Karen Henry

The 2014 global building energy management systems (BEMS) market is worth $2.4 billion. By 2020, it will reach $5.6 billion, according to Navigant Research. The promise of data-driven energy management has attracted hundreds of new and traditional players to the global market. The latest Navigant Research Leaderboard Report evaluates 14 leading players in the BEMS market   …Continue Reading


Top 6 in Building Energy Management Software

Linda Hardesty

In the global market for building energy management software, six suppliers – Envizi, eSight, IBM, Schneider Electric, Siemens and Verisae – are market leaders, according to independent analyst firm Verdantix. Verdantix’s report, Green Quadrant Building Energy Management Software 2014, compares 14 building energy management applications to help corporate buyers select energy management software. The analysis   …Continue Reading


Verisae, Franke Combine Software for Restaurant Energy Management

Linda Hardesty

Verisae is partnering with Tennessee-based Franke Foodservice Systems, a company that helps quick-service and casual-dining restaurants solve problems in the areas of energy consumption and control, ventilation systems, sanitation, restaurant automation and new technologies. Verisae’s Enterprise Energy Management Software will incorporate data from Franke Foodservice’s energy products into a single dashboard to mechanize facility operations.   …Continue Reading


Verisae Acquires Hara, Triples Customer Base

Linda Hardesty

Minneapolis-based Verisae, a provider of energy and sustainability management for businesses, has acquired Hara Software based in San Mateo, Calif., for an undisclosed amount. Hara’s cloud-based software tracks, reports and executes on energy saving opportunities. Jerry Dolinsky, CEO of Verisae, said “Verisae has primarily focused on the retail market, serving big retailers such as Target,   …Continue Reading


Verdantix Forecasts 2013 Energy Management Trends

Jessica Lyons Hardcastle

On-site power generation will grow and energy storage will be the hot smart grid technology this year, forecasts Verdantix in a new report. Eight Predictions for Energy Management in 2013 says companies will ramp up on-site power generation, from pilot projects to multi-site deployments. The report says Ikea has already installed solar PV at 40   …Continue Reading


CA Technologies, IBM, Schneider Electric Among EMS Leaders, Verdantix Says

Jessica Lyons Hardcastle

  CA Technologies, CarbonSystems, IBM, Schneider Electric and Verisae lead the global market for energy management software, according to a new Verdantix study. Green Quadrant Energy Management Software (Global) 2013 compares 14 enterprise-class energy management software applications to help corporate buyers save time, reduce cost and mitigate risk in supplier selection. The analysis is based   …Continue Reading


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