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Real-Time Energy Monitoring enables up to 23% in yearly savings in Oregon

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Multi-tenant office buildings in Washington, D.C realize substantial savings with real-time energy management

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West Edmonton Mall (WEM) saves more than $500,000 in annual energy cost by adapting energy monitoring

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Real-Time Energy Monitoring enables up to 23% in yearly energy savings. Beaverton, Oregon participated in a real-time energy monitoring pilot program which has enabled the city to identify low and no cost interventions, as a result of which a 23% energy savings has been realized. The city is also considering expanding real-time monitoring to more buildings in the future.

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Multi-tenant office buildings in Washington, D.C realize substantial savings with real-time energy management. The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) carried out a case study on the effect of real-time energy monitoring and management which showed that an energy bill reduction of 23 %, 7 % and 13 % was realized in three buildings that were monitored in a pilot project.

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West Edmonton Mall (WEM) saves more than $500,000 in annual energy cost by adapting energy monitoring. WEM has been striving to save energy with lighting retrofits, power-factor correction equipment and tenant energy-saving criteria since the 1980s. The mall stepped up efforts in the recent years, creating an energy management division and writing an energy management plan, which has helped reduce its energy bill and GHG emissions.

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