DoE

Smart Buildings

How Does Biden’s New Clean Energy Bill Impact Smart Buildings?

August 22nd, 2022
Smart Buildings

Bringing Small Buildings into the Smart Buildings Market

June 29th, 2022
Smart Cities

DOE Connected Buildings Pilot: A Small Step in the Right Direction

Earlier this month the US Department of Energy (DOE) announced a $61 million pilot project that will create 10 highly connected communities across the country. The initiative will ​​transform thousands of homes and workplaces into energy-efficient buildings that can interact with the electrical grid to optimize their energy consumption. While not extraordinary in terms of investment or […]

Lighting

Why Does the US Lag Behind Europe for Human-Centric Lighting?

Human-Centric Lighting (HCL) is a rapidly emerging technology in the lighting space. Our latest report estimates the global HCL market to be worth $849 million in 2019, growing to $3.5 billion in 2024. North America and Europe are generally comparable when investigating the development of general lighting and wider building system related analyses. However, the […]

Smart Cities

Experts Make the Cyber Security Case for Distributed Renewable Energy

In case there weren’t enough reasons for us to stop using fossil fuels to generate electricity, experts now claim that in addition to being environmentally unfriendly these energy sources also make us more vulnerable to catastrophic cyber attack in comparison to renewable alternatives. Their theory is simple, fossil fuels are only effective through a centralized […]

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