THAT Overused “40%” Building Energy Consumption Statistic Investigated!

February 24th, 2023
Smart Buildings

Developing a ‘Stand-By Mode’ for Buildings in the COVID-Era

August 13th, 2020
Smart Cities

Conservative Forecasting is Hiding the Speed of the Energy Storage Revolution

Our power system is evolving. Too slow for some and too fast for others. The evolution is symbolized by renewable energy and the infrastructure necessary to manage its fluctuating electricity supply, but there is more to our power evolution than the grid. Smart buildings, smart cities, smart homes, electric vehicles, district heating, and a range […]

Smart Buildings

Is Simple Energy Management the Gateway Product for Smart Buildings?

In the early days of smart technology for energy efficiency in buildings we used to say, “buildings make up 40% of total energy consumption,” and that “with this smarter approach to energy efficiency we can reduce that to be greener and cleaner while reducing the strain on our grids.” In the years since the smart […]

Smart Buildings

An Activity-Aware Approach To Designing Smart Buildings And Cities

The cyber physical systems (CPS) revolution is well underway. All manner of physical objects in our buildings and cities are being brought online under the banner of the Internet of Things (IoT). Objects with the ability to sense their environment and reason about the implications, are optimising processes, creating value, enhancing resiliency and developing responsiveness. […]

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