Energy and Smart Building Industry Blog

Energy and Smart Building Industry Blog

Spotlight on Energy Savings: A National Movie Chain Case Study

Monday December 9, 2019
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies

Theater chain operators increasingly have state-regulated ventilation requirements and building code revisions to contend with that impact their HVAC decisions. They are also focused on saving money on energy usage during peak load times, all without impacting visitor comfort.

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Leveraging Data Points Into Regulatory Compliance Tasks

Monday December 2, 2019
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies

If there were one big industry boogie-man, it would be compliance. Increasingly complex regulatory policies are being implemented across industries. And, with environmental concerns and carbon-awareness at an all-time high, businesses struggle to manage their overall compliance umbrella.

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What is Adaptive Energy Management?

Monday November 25, 2019
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies

Sustainability, facility, and energy managers are constantly seeking ways to bring down energy costs and usage. And often, they are missing an overview of how Adaptive Energy Management (AEM) can help them do just that. Use our new Adaptive Energy Management Guide to learn the basics and applications of AEM.

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The Vision for PhoenixET and the Future of Energy Management

Monday November 18, 2019
By: Keith Gipson


Hello! I am the CTO and co-founder of Phoenix. I am frequently asked about our mission in the energy industry and where I see the industry heading. Our company leads by innovation. And at the heart of that innovation is creating tools for retail and commercial facility managers.

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How IoT is Helping Facility Managers Control Energy Spend

Monday November 11, 2019
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies


For many businesses, controlling energy spend is rooted in simple cost management techniques and broad price reduction. But as regulatory pressures increase, costs rise, consumer pressures intensify, and carbon footprint tariffs emerge. This means that finding ways to
dynamically reduce energy spend via technology can be a critical driver of organizational success.

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