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It's Time to Act for Demand Response Season

Monday January 17, 2022
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies

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It's registration time for demand response season! If you have not already begun working with a demand response partner, or if you're not sure whether or not you CAN participate in demand response season, this article is for you.

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Banking Chain Improves The Customer Experience Through Branch Comfort

Monday January 3, 2022
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies


A comfortable banking environment accomplishes several critical things. It relaxes and helps build trust with customers. It also focuses associates and managers on building customer relationships to maximize company objectives. This case study highlights how we helped a major financial chain address comfort issues, enabling them to hone in on sales goals with renewed drive.

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How Supply Chain Issues Interfere With Your Maintenance and Energy Projects

Monday December 13, 2021
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies

From a facilities maintenance perspective, the supply chain works as a system that continuously delivers the services, materials, and parts needed to meet maintenance needs. Unfortunately, wide-ranging problems have interrupted the efficiency of the global supply chain and the flow of parts needed to maintain and repair facility assets.

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New Ebook: Maintenance Program Options & Predictive Programs

Monday November 15, 2021
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies

New Ebook: With our ongoing supply chain issues, machine parts and maintenance are increasingly hard to organize. There are also additional clean air priorities facility managers are trying to comply with in the last few years adding further pressure on keeping to maintenance schedules.

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Use ROI to Align Your Budget with Strategy

Monday September 13, 2021
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies

Facility and energy managers often dread the onset of budget season. As spring approaches, they are calculating expenditures for fall. They move from project planning to spend allocation for new equipment, upgrades, and maintenance—and then must implement those projects before heading into another budgeting cycle. This post offers tips to help get you through the process more successfully.

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