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New Guide on Energy Management In Grocery

Monday March 2, 2020
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies

Our latest energy guide looks at what energy management tools have traditionally been available to grocery chain managers and what options are evolving on the market to enable real-time control of energy usage.
 
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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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What Facility Managers Should Know About Enterprise Energy Management Systems

Monday October 7, 2019
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies

 

There is a lot of confusion around Enterprise Energy Management (EEM) - people are unsure what it is and what it costs. For a look a general look at what EEM is, please see our article Enterprise Energy Management vs Building Control Systems. This post will dive into associated costs.  

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Are You Managing Your Energy Spend?

Monday August 5, 2019
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies

Running Building Systems Can Be Counterintuitive

Buildings are made to run better when they are set at an optimal setpoint. Setpoint is the target value that a thermostat is set to.

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Building as a Battery - Using a Building’s Thermal Mass for Efficient Energy Management

Monday July 29, 2019
By: Phoenix Energy Technologies

Efficient energy usage has been, and continues to be, one of the hottest topics in the building management industry. Each year, businesses spend tens of billions of dollars on power consumption operating lights, computer equipment, process equipment, and HVAC.

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