Grid-Interactive Buildings

Smart Buildings

Could the EU Smart Readiness Indicator Become a Global Standard for Buildings?

September 1st, 2022
Smart Buildings

Mergers and Acquisitions in the Smart Buildings Space Q2 2022

July 25th, 2022
Smart Buildings

Funding and Investments in the Smart Buildings Space Q2 2022

This Research Note highlights our analysis of investments in the smart buildings space in the second quarter of 2022. We review the number of rounds and values compared with Q1, the technology areas attracting investment and highlight 14 funding rounds we consider worth mentioning. Memoori has tracked 85 funding rounds amounting to almost $2.3 billion across the smart […]

Smart Cities

Smart Cities Should be Driving the Development of Smart Buildings

In 1950 only 30% of people lived in urban areas, now over 56% of people live in increasingly crowded cities – and that is expected to rise to 66% by 2050 as an additional 2.5 billion people join the global urban population. Urbanization creates numerous issues for citizens, including congestion, pollution, and poverty, but our crowded […]

Smart Buildings

The Whitehouse Turns Green with New Building Efficiency Policies

During his first 100 days in office, President Biden made bold claims to re-establish the US as a leader in the fight against climate change. Resigning the COP21 Paris agreement and issuing an executive order to achieve a carbon pollution-free power sector by 2035 and put the US on an “irreversible path” to a net-zero […]

Smart Cities

ACEEE Describes the “Ideal Future Scenario” for Grid-Interactive Buildings

“In the ideal future scenario, grid-interactive efficient buildings (GEBs) will be the norm. They will help cities and jurisdictions meet their energy and climate goals, help maintain the security and stability of the grid, and help customers save money on their energy bills. Top-down policies will make grid-interactive buildings part of state, city, and jurisdiction […]

Smart Cities

Building-to-Grid Interconnectivity has “Far-Reaching Electricity Policy & Regulatory Implications”

The energy landscape is changing. Compelled by climate change and supply reliability drivers, our power systems are trying to find ways to introduce stable, clean, and affordable power to homes, businesses, and institutions. However, the variability of renewable generation and distributed energy resources (DERs) leads to complexity and as these systems expand across progressive electricity […]

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