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Advanced Control Corporation Announces Purchase of MC², Inc.’s South Florida Business Operations

Advanced Control Corporation, the leading provider of building automation, energy management, system integration and access control in South Florida, is proud to announce the acquisition of MC², Inc.’s South Florida business operations. MC², Inc., based in Standford, FL will continue to service its Central and North Florida customers. This acquisition will help both companies better […]

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Building Lighting Control System

The main message from Earth Day 2012 is that this isn’t about tree-hugging anymore; it’s about the way we live. We need to use our resources in a smarter way. With lighting representing over 40% of our electrical energy usage it is the easiest place to make a difference for the planet and our wallet. […]

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Building Automation Systems for Energy Management

Building automation systems market will grow continue to grow globally and is expected to reach a total market value of more than $36 billion by 2015 according to a new market analysis by ABI Research. Recessions always bring a re-evaluation of energy management and calls for new ways to ensure organizations and nations use energy […]

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Tax Reform = Energy Management

As the elections season begins, tax reform is quickly becoming a national focus.  With support coming from both democrats and republicans, legislation should be introduced next year. Simplifying the tax code and eliminating many credits and deductions should be on tap.  Tax reform provides us with an opportunity to remove barriers to efficiency investments imbedded […]

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Green Button Initiative

Last month the White House called for power companies to help people in the United States better manage their energy usage.   So your electricity bill may be expanding with new support from the private sector and government agencies. Nine new utilities and electricity suppliers have answered the White House’s call and now more than 15 […]

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