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Money Taps Open for Energy Efficiency Retrofits

Smart Buildings System Integrators Need to Seize the Moment to Reinvent The Profession

In previous posts I reported on news coming from tech companies involved in the Internet of Things (IoT) movement, and how that news could impact the buildings industry.  1,056 more words

Building Automation

Policy Watch: Vic Labor pledge to keep efficiency scheme as energy debate heats up 

The Victorian Labor party has introduced amendments to the Napthine government’s bill to scrap the successful Victorian Energy Efficiency Target.

Labor’s amendments would prevent the government from cutting next year’s energy efficiency target and abolishing the scheme at the end of 2015… 404 more words

Renewable Energy

How do you Spell IoT for Smart Buildings?

All the Big IT companies are running campaigns touting their role in the coming Internet of Things (IoT) computing era. A common vision is that software, particularly mobile apps, will reign supreme over embedded systems-on-a-chip, sensors, wireless communications and other components making more of the physical world digitally addressable thus bringing greater productivity, health, comfort and efficiency to users – and bringing new $trillions into IT. 727 more words

Building Automation

The Green Revolution Uses PPGI

The latest invention to come out of research into energy efficient buildings is the Eco-Shelter. This revolutionary development promises to have significant implications for disaster relief efforts. 344 more words


Sound Bites, Surprises and Solid Advice from the Smart Building Integrator Summit (SBIS) at IBcon 2014

Big-brand tech companies and Rock Star-caliber personalities in real estate management and data security came calling on the buildings industry at the Smart Building Integrator Summit (SBIS)  872 more words

Building Automation

Future Cities -Its time to build the 1st of 100 promised.

The above example to start my argument has been put to ally the fears of those who still think that to live and work in a sustainable environment we have to go back to the stone age. 967 more words

Susutainable Buildings & Climate Initiatives