Electricity Meter

Energy Management Systems (EMS) represent a rapidly growing industry of tools and services for managing energy use in commercial and federal buildings. In a recent report on global energy management systems (EMS), the firm Research & Markets has noted the industry will represent a $65 billion market by 2025 – the largest projection we’ve seen to date. 

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Resolute Partners

Whatever the acronym, you’ve probably heard of tools that help reduce costs and build efficiency in energy management systems. These systems represents a rapidly growing industry of tools and services for managing commercial and federal building energy use, such as data and information systems for monitoring and detection as well as tenant billing, benchmarking and utility tracking.

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High Rise Building

According to a recent article in Utility Dive, the answer is yes. Specifically, building managers are overwhelmed by energy management systems (EMS). While a high percentage, 80%, of the buildings surveyed have installed an energy management system, the day to day operations are falling on facility managers and engineers. 

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Meters

Energy management and control networks have historically been used to receive data from remote devices and send control instructions back to them. In most cases, the devices do not talk to one another, or exchange only limited amounts of data amongst themselves.

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