US Senate Will Tackle Blockchain’s Energy Efficiency — or Lack Thereof

US Senate Will Tackle Blockchain’s Energy Efficiency — or Lack Thereof

  The US Committee on Energy and Natural Resources has planned a hearing on the topic of energy efficiency in blockchain in an effort to better undstand how such technology might impact electricity prices, according to coindesk.com. The hearing will take place Aug. 21. Furthermore, … Read more…

Telcos Exhorted to Step Up Smart Home Strategies or Risk Declines

Telcos Exhorted to Step Up Smart Home Strategies or Risk Declines

Telco providers face both an opportunity and a threat when it comes to the growth of the smart homes market: communications providers can help drive the growth of smart home adoption by accelerating their non-telco strategies (that is, building smart home offerings alongside their traditional … Read more…

‘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

Energy Costs Rise while IoT Costs Sink: Time to Consider Smart Tech, Says Buddy

Energy Costs Rise while IoT Costs Sink: Time to Consider Smart Tech, Says Buddy

The concept of “smart cities” has been building momentum in the last decade, with cities recognizing that using smart technology can improve energy and water management, drive economic activity, and reduce their environmental impact – and smart buildings are the way to get there, according … Read more…

How the Internet of Things Is Raising the Bar on Energy Management Strategies

How the Internet of Things Is Raising the Bar on Energy Management Strategies

Today, innovative Internet of Things (IoT) solutions and smart building capabilities are raising the bar of how an Energy Management Solution (EMS) can provide actionable insight into energy consumption and infrastructure to drive improved efficiency, reliability and cost savings. An IoT-enabled EMS deploys networks of intelligent devices and connected sensors to continually collect, share and analyze data.

Emerson Updates Sensi Capabilities as Wi-Fi Thermostat Market Heats Up

Emerson Updates Sensi Capabilities as Wi-Fi Thermostat Market Heats Up

Emerson says its thermostats are now compatible with the Google Assistant. Use of Wi-Fi smart thermostats like this is on the rise, as customer preferences for cloud-based solutions has compelled manufacturers to increase the uptake of smart programmable thermostats, according to Future Market Insights.

Product Announcement: Honeywell Connected Services ‘Take Buildings to New Heights’

Product Announcement: Honeywell Connected Services ‘Take Buildings to New Heights’

How do you define a building? ‘If your immediate answer is four walls and a roof, it’s time to adjust your thinking,’ says Honeywell’s John Boothroyd. Thanks in part to the concept of the Internet of Things (IoT), which centers on the fundamental notion of connectivity between everything, from infrastructure to devices, buildings can be more than vessels that shelter an organization.

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.

Minimize Challenges to Portfolio-Wide Retrofits with These Best Practices, RMI Says

Minimize Challenges to Portfolio-Wide Retrofits with These Best Practices, RMI Says

Portfolio property owners are facing unprecedented pressure from the market to upgrade their building stock to be more intelligent and environmentally sustainable, yet most building energy retrofits miss the distinct needs of their owners. But by using a new toolset encompassing tested and proven best practices, portfolio owners can overcome these challenges and reap savings, RMI says.

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