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There is great potential for facilities to reduce energy costs through frequency regulation, regardless of the demand response market.
A recent public review of the Facility Smart Grid Information Model (FSGIM), is bringing homes, offices, factories, and other buildings significantly closer to becoming full partners in supporting and managing the electric grid.
Cast your vote in this week's poll about accessing energy consumption information.
Conducted by MACH Energy, a survey on energy management systems provides insight into adoption rates and most valued features.
Designed to reduce wasted energy, this device works with sensors in the Enlighted System to transform outlets into smart receptacles.
Available via a mobile app, the wireless system adjusts to ambient light, movement, and room occupancy.
State of Building Energy Management survey uncovers compelling results including lack of awareness of the Internet of Things (IoT).
Because analytics empowers energy efficiency, it saves money. Because analytics enables fms to focus on ROI of projects, it can help to increase corporate profits.
Capable of storing 1.9 million measurements, this device logs the power and energy consumption of 120V plug loads from office equipment, vending machines, and the like.
TechSci Research announces a new market research report, "Global Building Energy Management Solutions Market Forecast & Opportunities."
Execution of energy management programs is typically a shared responsibility, but what can be done when the facilities department is reluctant to take charge?
This first in the series is from the winner of the 2013 Award, J.B. Messer, director of facilities management at Oklahoma City Community College.
This cloud based service accesses historical and real-time energy usage data from a variety of meter types.
Survey findings: energy efficiency may be bright spot in recovering economy as investment increases.
While facility managers often institute energy management programs in their buildings, how many actually take the time to survey employees to find out who—if anyone—is actively engaged in the program? One manager is looking for survey assistance.
New software suites from Schneider Electric address the energy management needs of customers in key market segments. A suite for Data Centers is now available, with introductions focused on Water, Healthcare, and Grid to be introduced in the coming months.