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ConEdison Solutions and Viridity Energy, Inc. are jointly offering a new energy demand response service.
The Michigan based company offers facility managers an alternative to pipe replacement and the associated expenses.
The U.S. Green Building Council has introduced the online App Lab as part of its LEED Automation Program.
One flat rate for monthly use of ice machines includes maintenance, water filters, repair parts and labor, and emergency ice.
To help reduce earthquake risk for buildings, Arup provides damage mitigation through advanced “beyond code” techniques.
By virtue of their size, ultrafine particle emissions can be inhaled easily and travel deep into the lungs.
A financial services company is available to help businesses recover settlement money from SRAM chip and LCD flat panel class action lawsuits.
An online resource provides real world examples of how facility managers can make a difference on energy and greenhouse gas emissions.
Johnson Controls recently introduced the Panoptix solution, an approach to building efficiency that makes it easier and more affordable for facility managers (fms) of any size facility to achieve better building performance. The Panoptix solution includes four key components: An open technology platform to collect and manage data from disparate building systems and other data sources, such as meter and weather data A suite of cloud hosted building efficiency applications that work with any building management system Online and by phone live guide support, as well as on site building and energy services, to help customers implement operational improvements and energy savings measures An online Panoptix connected community of peers and experts committed to sharing best practices, news, and resources
Focused toward public sector facility managers, Siemens has a program offering solar energy projects without having to make an initial capital investment in solar equipment.