EMS Identifies $16K in Energy Savings for The North Face in 6 Months

EMS Identifies $16K in Energy Savings for The North Face in 6 Months

Panoramic Power’s energy management system (EMS) helped ePlanet Facility Group identify $16,050 in energy savings at four North Face retail locations in less than six months. To meet new sustainability requirements, VF Corp, the parent company of The North Face, was looking for a scalable … Read more…

Panoramic Power, Autodesk Join on Energy Management

Panoramic Power is collaborating with Autodesk on joint product development that combines Panoramic Power’s device-level energy platform with Autodesk’s cloud-based Building Information Modeling (BIM) portfolio. Autodesk has also made a strategic investment in Panoramic Power, leading an investment round that includes participation from existing investors … Read more…

Top 6 in Building Energy Management Software

Top 6 in Building Energy Management Software

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 … Read more…

Energy Management for REITs Provided by Panoramic Power, Connexx Energy

Energy Management for REITs Provided by Panoramic Power, Connexx Energy

Panoramic Power is combining its device level energy management with Connexx Energy’s Connexxion ‘last mile’ solution for smart buildings to deliver integrated energy management for Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) buildings. The companies will combine Panoramic Power’s circuit level energy management with Connexx Energy’s energy … Read more…

Verdantix: 45% of Global Companies to Spend More on Energy Management in 2014

Verdantix: 45% of Global Companies to Spend More on Energy Management in 2014

Global spending on energy management by large corporations will increase or remain flat in 2014 with just 6 percent of corporations expected to spend less, according to a new survey from analyst firm Verdantix. On a worldwide basis, 45 percent of corporations will spend more … Read more…

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