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Articles Tagged with ''energy management''
Tuesday's motion suspends all court proceedings until March 3 to accommodate pending mediation.
Genability Inc., a provider of energy cost software for applications including solar and home energy management, has announced both a strategic investment and a technology licensing partnership with EnerNOC Inc., a provider of energy intelligence software (EIS).
For large multinationals, keeping international business costs well-managed and controlled is a difficult task, but is crucial to ensure continued success in multiple territories. Effectively coordinated international building energy management systems (BEMS) are key to saving energy, cutting costs, and reducing CO2 emissions.
EnerNOC Inc. has announced updates to its energy intelligence software (EIS) platform for enterprise customers. This new release allows customers to view projected energy efficiency baselines, benchmark their buildings against similar facilities, and take action to reduce on-peak versus off-peak energy usage.
As the regional standards ruling remains entangled in litigation, it is becoming more difficult for the HVAC industry to determine how to move ahead.
There is growing concern that the DOE is placing undue regulatory burden on the HVAC industry — and especially on manufacturers — by regulating components of appliances that already meet energy-efficiency guidelines.
Some industry experts in the HVAC industry consider gas-fired condensing combustion heating systems to be the final frontier in rooftop heating technology.
For new installations, so-called natural refrigerants are Topic No. 1 as the sector wants to get an edge on any possible phase down in production of HFCs.
2014 could shape up to be an even busier year as a regional standards resolution inches closer, the delayed employer mandate for providing employee healthcare looms, and a variety of other issues come to a head in the next 12 months.