Energy

Energy Management

How Intelligent Energy Storage Software Optimizes Commercial & Industrial Operations

How Intelligent Energy Storage Software Optimizes Commercial & Industrial Operations

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Despite several years of low fossil fuel prices, the growth of renewable energy sources, such as wind and solar, seems unstoppable. This clean energy expansion is driven by improved performance, lower costs, and advantages of distributed generation like greater resiliency, energy independence, and reduced carbon footprint. This fundamental shift in  … Read More

Integrated Building Management Systems

Integrated Building Management Systems

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Most commercial, industrial, and retail buildings today use some level of intelligent system, most commonly in lighting, HVAC, or security. Because the technology is advancing so rapidly, it’s now possible to collect more data and use it to accomplish many more tasks.  … Read More

Energy Procurement Best Practices

Energy Procurement Best Practices

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It’s well known that energy costs are always one of the most significant portions of a commercial building budget. Finding ways to reduce that spending can be tricky, but there are ways that you can impact it: reduce the amount of energy consumed, change the time of day energy is  … Read More

Crafting a Successful Energy Management System Upgrade Strategy

Crafting a Successful Energy Management System Upgrade Strategy

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After more than 50 years of product development and operation in utilities, one might expect the implementation of an Energy Management System (EMS) to be “plug and play.” Unfortunately, the complexity of power and network applications and the uniqueness of each utility’s power system make an EMS deployment anything but  … Read More

A New Day for Commissioning and Energy Management

A New Day for Commissioning and Energy Management

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Next year, CxEnergy will mark its fifth year with the 2018 edition scheduled April 23 through 26 in Las Vegas, NV. The event is unique in the industry with its focus on commissioning, energy management, and testing and balancing (TAB). These professions are also the focus of its three presenting  … Read More

Corrupt Connections

Corrupt Connections

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The “Krack attack,” or Key Reinstallation Attack, is a vulnerability recently discovered by Belgian researcher Mathy Vanhoef of the University of Leuven. It is a gap in the core of a protocol called Wi-Fi Protected Access II (WPA2) that leaves functions and sensitive user information completely exposed. And it’s a flaw  … Read More



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