Open standards solutions for the building automation industry that integrate advanced technologies like digital twins, artificial intelligence, and edge computing will help fulfill sustainability promises that usher in effective energy and resource allocations.
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by David Worford | Aug 29, 2023
In 2022, the partnership helped JoAnn’s more than 700 stores save more than $2.1 million in energy costs, equivalent to 11,700 metric tons of carbon dioxide.
by Lillian Lawson | May 24, 2023
Enlighted Data Services will collect data 65 times per second from almost 2,000 sensors that measure movement, power, and temperature as a part the building’s digital transformation and major renovation.
by Lillian Lawson | May 18, 2023
The new criteria will contribute to supply chain decarbonization and Scope 3 emission reductions and will allow suppliers as well as consumers to make informed decisions on the products they produce.
by Staff Writer | Apr 13, 2023
The widespread adoption of LED lighting systems and sustainable energy management practices are at the center of this growth.
by Staff Writer | Apr 10, 2023
This presentation will discuss processes, tools, and technology that forward-thinking organizations can use to transition from spreadsheets into more productive and efficient methods of managing carbon data.
by Staff Writer | Apr 4, 2023
Out of the 32 corporations with substantial construction or development activities, a mere five (16%) – have a net-zero target that encompasses the in-use emissions of delivered structures.
by Jessica Hunt | Mar 30, 2023
The funding will be repaid through energy savings and grid revenue, providing a unique first-of-its-kind funding channel for deploying energy transition projects in the previously untapped multifamily housing market.
Delivering a Safe Energy Transition: Navigating Operational Risks of Labor Shortages, Upscaling With EHS Tech
by Guest Author | Mar 30, 2023
The worst of the COVID-19 pandemic may be behind us, but many of the adverse business conditions it left in its wake are still here. Chief among these challenges is talent recruitment and retention.
by Guest Author | Mar 27, 2023
According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), the current built environment is responsible for nearly 30% of global energy consumption and over 90% of buildings in the US are under 50,000 square feet.