As Demand for ‘Thermal Comfort’ Grows, So Does Urgent Need for Energy Efficient Materials & Solutions

As Demand for ‘Thermal Comfort’ Grows, So Does Urgent Need for Energy Efficient Materials & Solutions

Technologies that improve energy efficiency – such as improvements in building envelope, controls, HVAC, insulation materials and products, window and solar transmittance controls, among others – will need to be overwhelmingly adopted to meet demand as

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

Building Energy Management Systems Market To Reach $6 Billion in Six Years

Building Energy Management Systems Market To Reach $6 Billion in Six Years

A new report from Global Market Insights projects that the global building energy management systems market size will grow to more than $6 billion in the next six years. Using historic market data from 2012 to 2015, the report forecasts industry growth through 2024 and … Read more…

How Penn State Medical Center Saved $300K/Year by Improving Chiller Plants

How Penn State Medical Center Saved $300K/Year by Improving Chiller Plants

Penn State Health Hershey Medical Center’s energy engineer knew the campus’s chiller plants were efficient, but he believed they could be improved. By optimizing the chiller plants across the campus, the center ensured they were running at peak efficiency, saving electricity costs, using less water, and reducing emissions. In fact, annual energy savings were found to be…

Here’s What Good Buildings Have in Common

Here’s What Good Buildings Have in Common

More and more smart buildings are being built by developers; buildings with high-tech energy efficiency systems and network-enabled building management systems in place. As Forbes.com stated recently, “these technologies, once considered revolutionary, are steadily becoming the norm in today’s premier office buildings.” The site listed … Read more…

How Effective IoT Strategies Can Save Energy

How Effective IoT Strategies Can Save Energy

IoT essentially is the networking of smart devices, buildings and other items with electronics, which enable the collection and exchange of data. IoT has been shown to provide energy efficiency when utilized correctly. Examples of energy efficient IoT are abundant: Things may be simple sensors … Read more…

Prison Captures $33 Million in Energy, Water Savings with ESPC

Prison Captures $33 Million in Energy, Water Savings with ESPC

A prison in Illinois will benefit from more than $33 million in energy and water savings thanks to an energy savings performance contract (ESPC); the ESPC project is expected to reduce energy consumption by 53% across 13 main buildings, leading to significant reductions in utility and … Read more…

Industrial Entities in Emerging Economies Adopt EMS Solutions at a Furious Rate

Industrial Entities in Emerging Economies Adopt EMS Solutions at a Furious Rate

Industrial entities in emerging economies are widely adopting comprehensive energy management solutions; China, India, Thailand, Indonesia, Brazil, Argentina, Russia, Mexico and South Africa hold significant promise for the global energy management systems market, according to Transparency Market Research’s new study, Energy Management Systems (EMS) Market … Read more…

Leading Players in Smart Glass and Window Sector Explore Applications Beyond the Conventional

Leading Players in Smart Glass and Window Sector Explore Applications Beyond the Conventional

Rising concerns about energy efficiency among construction companies, building managers, and owners – as well as across the automotive, marine, and power generation sectors – have been fueling demand for smart glass and windows.

Demand Grows in Rhode Island for Commercial Clean Energy Projects

Demand Grows in Rhode Island for Commercial Clean Energy Projects

A program designed to finance projects to make commercial buildings more energy efficient is growing in Rhode Island, according to a May 5 report by Rhode Island Public Radio.  Thirteen more municipalities are working to participate in the Rhode Island Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy … Read more…

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