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Energy Master Planning as a Corporate Strategic Resource

Energy Master Planning as a Corporate Strategic Resource

Companies That Don’t Manage Utilities Strategically Are Throwing Money Away Harvard Business Review, March 22, 2016. Image credit: Unsplash Managing utilities has also become more complex as the energy landscape has evolved. There are all kinds of new energy providers (especially in U.S. states with deregulated power markets) and technologies (e.g., solar and home batteries) for

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Managing Plug Loads in Commercial Buildings

Will Plug Loads Be the Next Frontier in Energy Efficiency? Energy Manager Today, January 6, 2016. Image credit: Keoni Cabral The first vital statistic is how much energy is being wasted. At Buildings.com, Enlighted Vice President of Business Development Zach Gentry posted the results of a survey of 11 buildings it conducted in San Francisco. The

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Penn State is Using Automated Controls to Reduce GHG Emissions

Penn State uses digital building automation systems to boost sustainability Penn State News, August 11, 2015. Image credit: drocpsu Since Penn State has 20.5 million square feet of building space at University Park campus alone, the building automation systems are a major component of the University’s overall energy reduction and conservation efforts. The automated controls have

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How Much Electricity Could Be Saved with Intelligent Efficiency Technology?

How Can We Use Intelligent Efficiency to Reduce Power Sector Emissions? Energy Collective, May 16, 2015. Image credit: obsidianphotography Just as technology can instantly connect us with people across the globe or monitor our calories and whether we’re burning enough of them, we have technology that will allow us to network and monitor how we

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