Case Study: Optimization, Even for an Already Well-Running Chiller Plant, Saves Bucks

Case Study: Optimization, Even for an Already Well-Running Chiller Plant, Saves Bucks

Baylor University had a typical chiller plant – it ran well, but it was also a hodgepodge of equipment and was managed manually. Kenneth Haltom and his team suspected that chiller plant optimization would be the best way to increase efficiency and reduce related costs. After optimization, Baylor saved more than

Wish List Drones Fly Power Lines to Poles in Puerto Rico

Wish List Drones Fly Power Lines to Poles in Puerto Rico

Drones used to be on the futuristic wish list of energy management tools a few years ago. But now real-life commercial drone deployments are picking up, and not just for inspections. Duke Energy reported this week that the company’s drone team used the drones to … Read more…

Siemens Invests in Peer-to-Peer Energy Marketplace

Siemens Invests in Peer-to-Peer Energy Marketplace

Siemens has invested in LO3 Energy, a Brooklyn-based energy tech company building a platform for local peer-to-peer energy marketplaces. The unspecified investment closed out LO3’s series A funding round, Utility Dive reported. LO3 plans to use the funding to develop technology that allows local energy … Read more…

Army’s First ESPC for a Government-Owned/Contractor-Operated Facility Is Snagged by Siemens

Army’s First ESPC for a Government-Owned/Contractor-Operated Facility Is Snagged by Siemens

rmy’s First ESPC for a Government-Owned/Contractor-Operated Facility Snagged by Siemens

From Analytics to Action:  Moving to the Autonomous Building

From Analytics to Action: Moving to the Autonomous Building

The phrase, “Don’t bring me problems – bring me solutions,” is a typical response managers may give employees when encouraging them to think for themselves.  The same sentiment holds true for many retailers and other light commercial building owners when dealing with the energy management … Read more…

Orem, UT Gets an Energy Facelift

Orem, UT Gets an Energy Facelift

Orem, with a population of almost 90,000 (according to the 2010 census), is the fifth largest city in Utah. An ongoing project has grown from street light replacements to encompass a wide variety of energy upgrades and retrofits. The city’s initial goal was to replace … Read more…

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