Category Archives: energy management

Elevator Technology Adds to Building Automation Systems For Energy Efficiency

With a large role in the grand scheme of energy conservation, building automation extends a lifecycle of a building, and improves comfort and convenience, as well as energy efficiency.  Technology can control a number of elements within a building, whereas in previous years heating, ventilation, and air conditioning as well as security were top technological […]

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American Businesses Continue Cutting Costs and Saving Energy

2009 has seen a rise in the number of companies making a conscious effort to reduce energy consumption and cost of desktop and client operations.  According to reports from employees with desktop computing procurement duties, 57% of companies are purchasing and implementing Energy Star-qualified devices, up from 31% in 2008. In July, over 700 professionals […]

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Energy Management Strategy to hit the South

Earlier this week, Georgia Tech released a report based on a study of energy consumption in the south. Motivated by an interest in reliable climate-friendly energy efficiency for the future, policymakers were concerned with implementing energy management in order to reduce energy waste. A team of researchers from Duke University, Georgia Institute of Technology and […]

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Why save energy?-Energy Management

The increase of energy prices and the uncertainty of supply have made the study of energy an important strategy for industries around the world. After an initial study,a building energy management system is implemented to manage energy.Studies show that building energy management provides two major advantages:greater protection against the problems of energy supply,and higher profits […]

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Building Energy Management-Building Automation

Consumption of energy in homes is a considerable portion of all energy consumed in the world. The dramatic price increases in fossil fuel requirements and reducing CO2 emissions of the Kyoto protocol, 50% excess in the past year, is increasing the economic and environmental problem. We need an immediate and comprehensive critical analysis of the […]

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