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Articles Tagged with ''energy management''
GridPoint, a supplier of energy management solutions, announced that it has been named one of CIOReview’s “20 Most Promising Enterprise Software Companies.”
The bill faces an uphill battle as the tumultuous political climate of an election year threatens to stall the bill yet again.
The settlement agreement, which now awaits court approval, would vacate the regional furnace efficiency standards and restart the rulemaking process, this time giving stakeholders more opportunities to provide input throughout the rulemaking process.
The biggest winners in this story are the distributors who continued to fight the DOE even though many — including yours truly — felt they should give up the fight.
The settlement agreement, which now awaits court approval, would vacate the regional furnace efficiency standards and also give the industry an 18-month sell-through period to comply with the Jan. 1, 2015, efficiency standards for split-system air conditioners.
The newly-created Energy Management Association (EMA) is dedicated to advancing energy management services for the benefit of building owners. According to the EMA, it is responding to a need created by the growing importance of managing and reducing energy consumption in buildings.
New research from Johnson Controls shows interest in energy efficiency has risen 116 percent globally since 2010, with those who set goals taking the biggest strides in reducing energy use.
The ZigBee and IEEE 802.15.4 standards are driving wireless smart energy solutions worldwide, according to technology research firm ON World. Between 2012 and 2018, ZigBee and 802.15.4 based systems are expected to make up 43 percent of the wireless chipsets used for home and building energy management, and more.
A gallon of the liquefied, flammable hydrocarbon (HC) gas that sold for $1 last year has risen nearly four-fold in cost.
The hotel's goal was to maintain upscale guest experience and comfort while reducing energy consumption and preventing unscheduled HVAC repairs.