Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Energy Management articles below.
Released by Lucid in partnership with Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, BenchmarkMyBuilding enables facility management professionals to leverage billions of data points on commercial building energy use.
According to a new report, evolutions in technology, delivery models, and customer demand are spurring the digital transformation of commercial buildings.
The improved ceiling-recessed indoor unit features the new 3D i-see Sensor™ to deliver comfort and energy saving benefits.
Lutron's Quantum Total Light Management System and Vive wireless system now eligible for utility rebates and incentives by DesignLights Consortium members.
Facility managers in states with strong energy efficiency programs more likely to install energy efficient lighting and HVAC equipment, according to new DNV GL survey.
The Better Buildings Financing Navigator helps building owners, facility and energy managers, and other decision-makers connect with financiers, including banks and financial institutions, to pursue energy-saving measures.
In pursuing a smart building, a critical step is to identify and select smart sensors that are capable of generating rich, actionable data about an occupant’s whereabouts.
The wall switch occupancy sensor, the WS-301, now features convenient Manual-ON control, ensuring maximum energy savings and code compliance.
The IoT solutions provider focused on the integrity of energy for critical infrastructure has secured a new $10 million investment.
To improve insight into energy use, California tech firm Nimble Storage installed an energy management analytics platform.
While this lighting technology seems to add complexity, its features help to streamline facility operations.
DLM is an intelligent, distributed control system that automatically maximizes lighting levels and energy efficiency throughout a building.
From building management systems to the next frontier of facility technology, the benefits of IoT abound but the roadmap differs for each organization.
The November / December 2016 issue looks at smart buildings, building automation, the Internet of Things, HVAC, energy management, sustainable restrooms, lighting, and ceilings. Plus, Solutions 2017: Advancements in Products & Services.
The real estate investment trust won the 2016 IREM® REME Award for an energy efficiency retrofit implemented at its global headquarters, resulting in energy reduction of 15%.
The EnOcean Alliance and IBM have joined forces to standardize intelligent building solutions for the Internet of Things.
The ACT Series of high-accuracy split-core current transformers are now UL Certified to meet the new 2017 National Electrical Safety Code requirement.
The proposed change to the 2018 International Energy Conservation Code would implement an optional outcome-based path for buildings to achieve energy-efficiency requirements.
This energy management system connects with the company's Zen thermostat to provide control over HVAC, lighting schedules, and energy consumption.
The energy efficiency and renewable generation project builds on existing efforts to increase sustainability and energy security for the Marine Corps Logistics Base in Albany, GA.
A newly published energy efficiency standard from ASHRAE and IES offers energy savings measures resulting from industry input.
The $19 million upgrade to the assembly plant's lighting, HVAC, hot water, and thermal energy systems will help meet mandated federal energy reduction goals.
The Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs, the City of Chula Vista, CA, and an Illinois industry expert are honored for their energy code compliance efforts.
Innovative UPS design offers hours of runtime for critical network devices, providing internet access during outages and emergencies.
In assessing sustainability goals for 2017, an overview of five green building programs provides recent updates.
While challenges remain, energy storage systems can provide tangible benefits for sustainable facility goals.
Our annual "green" issue looks at sustainability trends including green cleaning, water conservation, LEED, green building programs, and energy storage. Plus, security, space planning strategies, HVAC and more.
The report explores how leadership in energy management has changed over time to deliver increased business value. Energy efficiency is just the beginning.
Renovate America honors the team’s significant investments to improve water and energy efficiency at PETCO Park as part of its Go Green Initiative.
The improvements will help the Louisiana Stadium and Exposition District meet its sustainability goals while improving equipment performance and fan experience.
Combined insights and technologies will help build smart, secure, sustainable environments.
The relationship will broaden the reach of Combined Heat and Power (CHP) systems by offering a wider product line to serve facilities of all sizes.
The Sunverge system at Hartley Nature Center will provide reliable backup electric power to meet operational needs during emergencies.
IFMA has released its latest guide in the widely acclaimed series on sustainability for facility managers, “Sustainability How-To Guide: Carbon Footprint.”