Energy Storage System, EV Charging System Unveiled at Lancaster Museum

The City of Lancaster, utilizing a grant from the California Energy Commission (CEC) and contracting with Green Charge Networks, has installed an energy storage system and EV fast charging station at its Museum of Art and History (MOAH). The system lowers the Museum’s energy costs to reduce the facility’s peak demand by storing energy from the grid…

Rancho Mirage Saves through Demand Response, Lighting and HVAC Retrofits, and More

Learn about the City of Rancho Mirage’s work with Southern California Edison (SCE) to improve its energy efficiency, reduce demand, save money, and lead its community by example. Retrofits undertaken at the City’s library and municipal buildings leveraged SCE’s Express Solutions and Custom Solutions incentives, as well as its Direct Install program. Demand response Rancho…

Paper: Building Energy Management Systems – Optimization of Comfort and Energy Use

Learn from this 2013 IEEE paper about how building energy optimization not only saves money and energy, but also improves building operations and increases user comfort. The paper’s abstract is below: Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS) have been introduced in the built environment as a mechanism to increase the energy efficiency while maintaining the required…

Case Study: Pasadena

As a large urban community known for its chic lifestyle, Pasadena is committed to going green through massive energy and water use overhauls, along with encouraging the use of alternative transportation methods like improved bus lines and bike paths. (more…)
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