National Energy Policy: What Might We Expect with a Changing Administration?

National Energy Policy: What Might We Expect with a Changing Administration?

With a change in administration in Washington, and a Republican in the White House, and the same party controlling Congress, one might expect drastic changes in federal energy policy. However, let’s look at the facts. States are leading the energy debate, by pursuing their own aggressive strategies to promote clean and distributed energy resource use and encouraging policies to support a...

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Adopting DataGuard? Things to consider

As utilities continue to leverage innovative Smart Grid technologies to transform operations and provide customers with new and improved services, they also collect an increasing amount of customer data. This data is useful for many operational purposes and the utilities are just discovering ways to leverage this information. In January 2015, the White House and the Department of Energy...

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Chicago Energy Benchmarking Ordinance – Coming to a Building Near You

For years, the Chicago skyline has been known for its tall buildings. The Willis Tower, the John Hancock Building, Two Prudential Plaza, and the Trump Tower are all admired for their impressive size, unique architecture, innovative engineering, and beautiful interior aesthetics. Starting this year, these buildings, along with the rest of Chicago’s largest Class A buildings, will begin to be...

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The Energy Management System

Webster’s dictionary defines a system as; a regularly interacting or interdependent group of items forming a unified whole.  It’s only been in the last 30 years that our day to day vernacular has associated the word system with a computer.  The same can be said for the phrase Energy Management System, just because the word system is embedded, it doesn’t necessarily mean that...

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