Energy and Smart Building Industry Blog

Energy and Smart Building Industry Blog

4 Common Myths of Energy Conservation in Building Management

Wednesday July 10, 2019
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies

This post is part of The Guide to Building Management Technologies.

Under constant pressure to increase comfort and efficiency, reduce energy waste and corporate carbon footprints, Facility Managers today can easily find themselves bogged down in the swamp of myths surrounding the concept of energy conservation in building management. Today we will debunk four of the most common misconceptions of energy management that are costing businesses money.

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PhoenixET Wins 2019 Product of the Year for Demand-Side Management

Thursday May 16, 2019
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies


 

Paul Campbell, Director of Analytics - Glen Schrank, CEO


We were honored May 14th in Business Sector Media’s Environmental Leader and Energy Manager Today 2019 EL & EMT Awards.

The awards, which celebrate products based on their capabilities and positive effect on the industry, designated our EDX Demand Manager™ software in the Product of the Year category. EDX enables Energy Managers to manage demand across multiple systems, meeting energy cost and load objectives without sacrificing customer comfort or requiring additional hardware or meters.

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PRSM 2019: Some Highlights from Denver!

Thursday May 9, 2019
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies

Last week, members of the PhoenixET team attended PRSM 2019 National Conference held in snowy (not kidding) Denver Colorado. Read on to see what you missed.

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Ready to go! PhoenixET at EEI Spring National Key Accounts in Booth 407!

Sunday April 7, 2019
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies

We're all ready for you! Please stop by booth #407 at EEI Spring National Key Accounts Workshop in Seattle and learn about Adaptive Energy Management. Watch out for more in breakouts on Wednesday!

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Getting Back to Basics - 5 Assumptions Setting Back Your Setpoint Strategy

Friday April 5, 2019
By: Keith Gipson

We're really just getting back to basics.

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