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July 15, 2015 By ScottishPower

ScottishPower - Your Energy

The ScottishPower Energy App allows you to easily submit meter readings, compare and review Gas & Electricity usage and manage your...

July 11, 2011 by

Cisco, Schneider Electric team for smarter building energy management

Two of the biggest forces in technology are leveraging their market positions to target what has become one of the sexiest distractions for leading high-tech players: building energy management. The reason this area has so much attention is that some figures imply that buildings could suck up as much as 42 percent of energy usage worldwide.

March 29, 2011 by

Get more granular about electricity consumption with submetering

I have had many a conversation with managers at small-ish (or REALLY small) companies, who insist that they can't address some of the energy efficiency practices that I write about because they are leasing real estate and don't control overall management of their electricity consumption. I think that excuse is becoming thinner with each passing day.

March 16, 2015 By BizEE Software

Energy Lens

To help businesses to save energy, Energy Lens makes it easy to analyze energy data in Excel. Businesses can save energy by using Energy...

February 21, 2011 by

Smart grid + bill prepay explored as home energy efficiency strategy

What if you could pay the amount that you're willing to set aside for your electricity upfront every month, and then use smart metering applications and other home energy management technologies to manage household consumption against that amount?This concept of "prepaid" utility services was recently examined in a consumer survey marketing firm EcoAlign, and the top-level results probably won't surprise you that much.

January 30, 2011 by

Partnership will marry electric vehicle chargers, Cisco home energy manager

Chalk one up for the Cisco home energy management solution: the high-tech giant's new relationship with ECOtality will let people manage the way they use electricity for both their home and for their electric vehicles from a single place.Specifically, a technology agreement between the two companies will tie together the Blink Network charger interface with the Cisco Home Energy Controller.

December 14, 2010 by

Power play for the City of Melbourne

The City of Melbourne in Victoria, Australia, has saved roughly 1.46 million kilowatt hours of electricity in the first year of project to deploy the 1E power management software across 1,000 of the city's personal computers.

June 14, 2010 by

Modius helps manage data center energy usage in context of uptime

Chances are you are way sick of me writing about tools that help you measure the various energy metrics of your data center, because you probably have way too many separate management tools to deal with already.But you MAY be interested in a company, Modius, that apparently has created an ecosystem of monitoring and measurement tools that helps you balance the most important metric of your data center -- uptime -- with the way that it consumes electricity.

May 24, 2010 by

Dell endows management appliance with power usage controls

The new release of the KACE K1000 Management Appliance, now officially a Dell-branded product, offers features that lets businesses configure and enforce the power management settings on both Window and Macintosh OSX hardware.Chip Lawson, Dell KACE senior product manager, says that companies can realize significant savings in their electricity bills by paying more attention to their desktops.

March 15, 2010 by

EnerNOC inks deal with California utility

Chances are, you're more likely to think about your energy use when you're staying in dismay at your electricity bill. That's probably one of the motivators for the deal that energy management software and demand response company EnerNOC has just signed with California's Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E).

March 14, 2008 by

Those scoundrels, Part 2. Brit IT managers aren't feeling the heat when it comes to reducing power consumption

Those bloody good fellows at 1E, which sells a power management utility for Windows called NightWatchman, revealed some data this week that suggests a troubling number of IT managers in its native country aren't yet tuned into the virtues of curtailing the electricity usage of the computer fleets under their watchAccording to the mini-survey, one-third of respondents feel "zero pressure" to reduce power consumption.


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