Building Energy Marketplace

Lighting-as-a-Service Marketplace Opens

Building Energy Marketplace

Building Energy Marketplace, a data-powered marketplace for lighting-as-a-service marketplace is, is open for business, according to Building Energy. The marketplace enables building owners and service providers to identify opportunities, get funding and track results, according to the company.

At the same time, Building Energy and Allumia announced deal under which Allumia is committing $20 million worth of lighting-as-a-service financing for projects qualified by the marketplace. Allumia offers real-time, metered data to provide lighting as a service to commercial retrofits. The idea is to team these services to Building Energy’s Marketplace to organize and finance the projects.

This spring, Philips Lighting, contractor Cofely Nedeland NV and the Schiphol Group entered into a lighting-as-a-service arrangement to light the terminals at Amsterdam’s Netherlands Schiphol Airport, according to LEDs Magazine. The project is expected to cut energy use by 50 percent.

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