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How Tenants Can Play a Bigger Role in Multi-Lease Building Energy Efficiency

It's not uncommon for tenants and building owners to dance around the subject of energy efficiency, looking for the other to take the first step in making the building more energy efficient. The complex nature of these relationships and differing responsibilities only complicate things further.

Why the Commercial Lighting Sector is Ripe for Big Energy Savings

The rise of LED lighting has meant major energy savings over the last 10 years, particularly in the residential sector. But savings opportunities for these residential utility lighting programs will soon be fading out because of growing LED market saturation, as well as potential federal standards coming into effect entering the next decade. 

How Utilities Can Overcome Barriers to Energy Efficiency in the Commercial Real Estate Market

In the United States, commercial buildings account for 20 percent of all energy use. With the right programs in place, you might imagine plenty of potential for energy savings in commercial real estate (CRE). And you’d be right. But utilities have struggled to serve this hard-to-reach market for a few reasons. It’s a complex, multifaceted network that contains many different building types, decision makers with conflicting incentives, rigid investment cycles, and divergent priorities. This presents a challenge to implement energy efficiency through the traditional utility channels.

Help Commercial Customers Slash Electricity Bills

You’ve spent years and quite a few resources educating and encouraging your commercial and industrial (C&I) customers to adopt energy efficiency initiatives. Now, the next frontier is to motivate and guide them to reduce their power consumption during peak on-demand times.

Commercial Users Save Power and Money with Customer Energy Dashboards

Your commercial and industrial customers already know about managing their energy use. But the next frontier is managing their power use.

The On Demand Savings (ODS) Program is designed to motivate commercial and industrial (C&I) customers to better understand and manage their HVAC kilowatt usage and costs during peak summertime demand.

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