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Massive Push Towards Clean Energy At EEI Fall Energy Workshop

Monday November 8, 2021
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies

The theme for last month's EEI energy workshop encompassed three core values: sustainability, resiliency, and diversity. However, as our CEO Glen Schrank who helped represent our team at the event noted, there was a "tsunami emphasis on reducing greenhouse gases at all levels—from EEI, ASHRAE and corporate levels to federal, state, and local governments".

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EEI's Energy Workshop Is Live And In-person For Fall 2021

Monday October 11, 2021
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies

EEI's semi-annual National Key Accounts Workshop is on again for fall, Oct. 24-27—this time in person in Long Beach, California! 

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Building Analytics Tools Praised For New Operational Efficiencies

Monday September 20, 2021
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies

Learn how a major office supply retailer gained impressive operational efficiency by rolling out EnterpriseDX, a platform that controls, manages, and monitors millions of building data points across their North American locations. 

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Making Sense of the Leading Energy Storage System Technologies

Tuesday September 7, 2021
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies

Backup power is essential for reducing downtime and ensuring continuous operations of your buildings and equipment. Understanding the differences between commercially available power storage options can help you save your organization time, energy, and money. In this post, we look at the top uninterrupted power sources (UPS) battery backup systems on the market and outline their capabilities and costs.

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Healthcare Company Centralizes Data on Buildings for Better Control

Tuesday August 31, 2021
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies

Increasing patient comfort, uncovering opportunities to save money, and operating sustainably is a near impossible task for facility managers with multiple hospitals under management. They require a solution to import and analyze data from each hospital and turn the data set into an actionable plan. This healthcare customer centralized their site data with PhoenixET, enabling them to make informed energy management and building optimization decisions. These decisions increased patient comfort and improved remote control of their hospitals'  systems while giving insight to real-time and historical data.

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