The concept of constructing smart buildings evolved to conserve energy and build buildings – both commercial and residential – that are energy efficient. For commercial buildings, the transition to smart buildings is vital to the growth of the organization. It… Source: 10 smart building IoT trends for 2018 | Proud Green Building Advertisements
As technologies continue to evolve in 2018, consider the connection between building energy management systems and IoT. Source: Getting To Smart Buildings: Six Keys To Implement IoT
Smart buildings use information and communication technologies to integrate building systems and to automate operations and control. They consume less energy than conventional buildings while enhancing occupants’ comfort and productivity. This report provides an in-depth look at various smart technologies for commercial building end uses including HVAC, lighting, and plug loads. We evaluate the benefits […]
Smart technologies can reduce a building’s energy use by nearly a fifth and yield additional benefits, such as increased worker productivity, according to our new report, Smart Buildings: a Deeper Dive into Market Segments. This report documents how many types of buildings — not just the biggest and ritziest — can benefit from the latest […]
Many low-income individuals and families are finding it increasingly difficult to rent apartments (see here and here), but energy efficiency and solar energy can help save affordable multifamily housing. Source: Affordable housing is disappearing; energy efficiency and solar energy can help reverse that trend | ACEEE
Solar energy and water savings are just two areas on which the Levi’s® Stadium operations team has focused. They continually use operations and maintenance to create a more energy-efficient stadium and set an example for other venues. Source: High Performing Buildings – Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, Calif.
Though lighting is the most prominent energy saving upgrade, building automation / controls tend to yield the highest internal rate of return (IRR) for commercial building owners. Source: Lighting Tops Energy Efficiency Upgrade in Noesis Survey – LEDinside