Five Steps to Increasing Energy Efficiency

Better data visibility can help property owners and building managers reduce energy consumption, improve occupant comfort, and optimize building spending. With automated demand response, they can further reduce energy expenses. There is clearly room for improvement, with approximately 30 percent of the energy consumed by U.S. commercial buildings being wasted. One reason for that waste is about half of building managers lack the tools they need to maximize energy efficiency. Here are 5 steps you can take to increase energy efficiency.

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Better data visibility can help property owners and building managers reduce energy consumption, improve occupant comfort, and optimize building spending. With automated demand response, they can further reduce energy expenses. There is clearly room for improvement, with approximately 30 percent of the energy consumed by U.S. commercial buildings being wasted. One reason for that waste is about half of building managers lack the tools they need to maximize energy efficiency. Here are 5 steps you can take to increase energy efficiency.