‘Digital Twin’ May Be Essential Tool for Building Optimization

‘Digital Twin’ May Be Essential Tool for Building Optimization

The 2018 market for smart buildings is estimated at $50 billion according to Research and Markets. This is being driven by numerous factors, including the falling prices of Internet of Things (IoT) devices, a new generation of facilities managers, regional mandates, and more. As such, … Read more…

4 Peak Demand Reduction Strategies

4 Peak Demand Reduction Strategies

Due to the complexity of energy pricing, two identical buildings can consume the same amount of energy and have profoundly different utility bills. Demand charges are a reality for every building but with the right data it is possible to identify and solve the issues that cause

The One Problem That’s Stopping Blockchain from Overtaking the Energy Industry

The One Problem That’s Stopping Blockchain from Overtaking the Energy Industry

While the value and reputation of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin fluctuate by the hour, the legitimacy of its operating system, blockchain, is staying intact. Blockchain’s verification system makes it a safe, secure way of organizing and respecting transactions between users, with an extremely rare chance of … Read more…

Honeywell Shares an Inside Look at How Federal Buildings Benefit from Energy Efficiency

Honeywell Shares an Inside Look at How Federal Buildings Benefit from Energy Efficiency

Federal agencies, among the largest consumers of energy, are focused on ensuring they’re operating as efficiently as possible while making sure power is available when and where it’s needed, according to software-industrial company Honeywell. The company’s VP Kevin Madden shares thoughts on the significance of the project.

Commercial Solar Panels in Utah and Nevada: A Case for the Cause

Commercial Solar Panels in Utah and Nevada: A Case for the Cause

The federal government has a solar incentive for anyone who’s interested in installing solar panels. These incentives allow individuals that would normally not be able to afford solar the ability to purchase the products they need, cover installation, and create a greener business via commercial solar. This is given through a 30% tax

4 Ways Utility Interval Data Can Give Your Energy Management Program a Strategic Boost

4 Ways Utility Interval Data Can Give Your Energy Management Program a Strategic Boost

If you’re like most organizations, your energy management initiatives are supported by utility data. This usually requires collecting, analyzing, and understanding energy consumption and costs at a monthly bill level. And while bill data is a logical place to start because it’s readily accessible, it has its limitations.

User Name :
Password :
 
If you've no account register here first time
User Name :
User Email :
Password :

Login Now
Translate »