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energy management

[′en·ər·jē ‚man·ij·mənt]
(aerospace engineering)
In rocketry, the monitoring of the expenditure of fuel for flight control and navigation.
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ISO 50006:2014, Energy management systems Measuring energy performance using energy baselines (EnB) and energy performance indicators (EnPI) General principles and guidance provides practical guidance on how to meet the requirements of ISO 50001, and therefore manage their energy performance.
Telkonet's energy management and control system enables the energy output from The Octagon's solar panels to be monitored remotely and on-site, by building management as well as the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA).
Energy management systems use a combination of advanced metering hardware and software to monitor a facility's electricity usage, identify inefficiencies, and pinpoint potential threats to reliability.
Key benefits and drawbacks for the energy management systems technology
The Energy Management Systems (EMS) vendor landscape is highly fragmented with multiple offerings ranging from simple energy monitoring dashboards to complex energy management softwares with high degree of analytics.
BEEP provides an innovative solution to training personnel on strategic energy management that improves the value of our assets and the quality of management we provide our tenants.
LPB Energy Management is committed to helping our clients save on rates, reduce and measure consumption," said LPB Energy Management president Matthew Berke.
According to " Global Building Energy Management Solutions Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2018 " , the market revenues of global building energy management solutions are forecast to grow at a CAGR of around 19% during 2013-18.
By incorporating GridPoint's products at a discounted rate into its Prestige[R] policy and service offerings, Fireman's Fund is now able to give policyholders access to an environmentally sound solution for protecting homes and businesses from power outages, easily integrating solar or wind energy sources and increasing energy efficiency through online energy management.
1 million; The appointment of a fulltime management-level position dedicated to maximizing energy savings, the Energy Programs Manager; the establishment of energy management policies that include technical studies and implementation of energy saving capital improvements: procurement of ENERGY STAR--qualified products; design and construction of energy efficient buildings and renovations; and the promotion of the EPA ENERGY STAR program among the Hospital's 33 network affiliates; and the creation of Hospital-sponsored energy-related events throughout the year; a conservation hotline, which allows staff, patients, or visitors to submit energy-saving ideas; and an employee recognition program called the "Service Star," an award for contributions that improve energy savings.
TM], a provider of intelligent energy management (IEM) products, today announced at the 2007 International Builders' Show that the award-winning GridPoint Connect[TM] is featured in the only two residences in the United States to receive the definitive credential in the green building industry -- a platinum score from the U.
The institution is discovering that its pioneering energy management efforts are helping it maintain its leadership status in medicine.

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