There was more than one reason that the fans were working too hard in Vista Peak Prep’s HVAC system.
BuildingIQ has launched its 5i platform. The company says that it is designed for use at any stage of a building’s life cycle. It is built on five pillars, the company says: data capture analysis; advanced metering; measurement and verification; closed loop predictive control and human analysis. BuildingIQ also ... Read more »
It apparently will be the summer of energy in New York, as the state aggressively pushes programs aimed at building efficiencies.
BuildingIQ this week introduced a Managed Services package. The company said that the platform will maintain the quality of a building’s HVAC in conjunction with its Predictive Energy Optimization Package in four ways. The managed services staff offers a comfort command center, a remote HVAC Controls RCx (an assessment of ... Read more »
Xcel Energy’s Building Optimization Pilot Program will use a predictive energy optimization energy management software platform from BuildingIQ in a pilot program in Colorado. The software uses predictive analytics for intelligent building management. Factors such as occupant comfort, the buildings’ characteristics, historical data and weather forecasts are data elements that ... Read more »
BuildingIQ has been selected by the District of Columbia Department of General Services (DGS) to deploy its cloud-based technology within eight of the District’s public buildings. BuildingIQ’s Predictive Energy Optimization platform will automatically create a custom thermal model for each building and predict energy consumption, cost and comfort based on building ... Read more »
The market for energy analytics services is growing quickly, and Forbes provided a list of the companies that made headlines in the last part of 2014. BuildingIQ’s cloud services saved customers $700,000 in the third quarter of 2014. The company is working with NV Energy to help several Las Vegas ... Read more »
AtSite, a smart-buildings company, will provide its clients will BuildingIQ’s Predictive Energy Optimization software across client building portfolios. BuildingIQ’s software reduces HVAC energy costs in commercial buildings by continuously monitoring inputs including weather, occupancy, energy prices and demand-response events. Based on those inputs, the software runs thousands of computations to ... Read more »
BuildingIQ and SkyFoundry integrated their technologies to identify energy savings for the Mount Pleasant Shopping Center in Queensland, Australia. BuildingIQ’s predictive energy optimization software, which leverages variables such as occupant comfort, utility signals, weather forecasts, and building characteristics, can now tap into SkyFoundry’s SkySpark real-time metering data. The additional source ... Read more »
In the first quarter of 2014, BuildingIQ says it signed over $1.2 million in contracts and increased buildings under management by 50 percent, more than triple on a year-on-year basis. The company says it also expanded into two new sectors, deploying its solution in nine buildings across a higher education ... Read more »
In the global market for building energy management software, six suppliers – Envizi, eSight, IBM, Schneider Electric, Siemens and Verisae – are market leaders, according to independent analyst firm Verdantix. Verdantix’s report, Green Quadrant Building Energy Management Software 2014, compares 14 building energy management applications to help corporate buyers select ... Read more »
BuildingIQ and The S4 Group incorporated their technologies to identify energy savings for a commercial office space in Cambridge, Mass. The S4 Open BACnet-N2 Router provided the enabling technology that tapped into the existing Metasys N2 legacy system from Johnson Controls, while BuildingIQ’s Predictive Energy Optimization software extracted data on ... Read more »