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Take Energy and Building Management to the Next Level

Tuesday July 27, 2021
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies


Large multi-building enterprises need a way to meet and maintain energy goals and capture powerful building analytics. Learn how this chain exceeded their energy reduction goals, improved maintenance prioritization, and reduced truck rolls within one year by using PhoenixET solutions.

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Grocery Chain Reduces Energy Across Complex Building Systems

Monday June 28, 2021
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies

For years, PhoenixET has been helping energy and facility managers gain precise building management control over thousands of locations. Having control drastically saves money, cuts down on energy consumption, and allows for strategic decision-making, using data analysis across thousands of data points. This post examines how a major grocery chain is reaching significant energy and operational efficiency goals, through Phoenix's innovations that integrate complicated and disparate building systems.

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The Number One Way to Consolidate Enterprise Building Control Systems

Monday June 14, 2021
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies

Commercial facility and energy managers are learning how AI and other smart-building control technologies could help save their companies energy and money and meet sustainability goals - but things are not always straightforward at the enterprise level. 

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It's not too late to participate in DR Season!

Monday June 7, 2021
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies


It’s summer in most parts of the country, and that means Demand Response season is upon us again. If you didn’t register for some of your utility incentives, it’s not too late!

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How a Major National Chain Reached Store Comfort and Energy Goals

Tuesday May 25, 2021
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies


Learn how PhoenixET helped a major chain reach store comfort and energy goals, including developing better strategies to improve compliance for temperature and humidity standards.  

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