The Well-Connected Campus: The Facilities Condition Assessment

01.06.21

| cost savings, New Technology

How an FCA laid the foundation for Energy Savings and a Network of System Performance

Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart, an all-girls independent school located in Princeton, New Jersey, recently released an article published within NBOA’s NetAssets magazine that discusses the School’s path to a fully integrated, connected campus through a sophisticated building management system, powered by the Internet of Things (IoT). You can read the full article here.

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The Shoulder Season and Energy Savings: What It Means For Your Facility

10.08.20

| cost savings, Energy Costs, Energy Pricing, The Shoulder Season

Fall has arrived, and along with it, more temperate weather across the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. The shoulder season, as we call it in facilities operations, exists between peak cooling season (late May through mid-September) and peak heating season (mid-October through March). With decreased demand for cooling, and only mild heating demand, the forthcoming weeks bring an opportunity to curb energy consumption by taking advantage of favorable outside air temperatures. 

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Conducted a Commercial Building Energy Audit Recently? If Not, You're Missing Out

09.26.19

| cost savings, Energy Management

What comes to mind when you hear the term "energy audit"? If you're like most facilities managers, nothing good. The idea of closely examining your building's energy needs and operating efficiency seems bound to stir up trouble, especially if things are going smoothly as-is. 

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