The integration of smart buildings with the smart grid could play a vital role in maximizing energy conservation in buildings while generating income and reducing operating costs, according to research from Memoori. One of the main drivers for interfacing and integrating smart grid with smart buildings is to take advantage of distributed energy available in many hundreds of thousands of smart buildings and industrial sites globally. In the United States and United Kingdom alone, there are some 100,000 buildings suitable to integrate with smart grid, which today accounts for around 30 percent of the total world population of buildings, according to Memoori. Further, in the United States, 90,000 of those are in commercial and industrial sector. Memoori expects that the expenditure needed to provide software interfaces between smart grid and smart buildings over the next 20 years will total $34 billion, an average of $1.7 billion per year, with the majority being spent on existing. By 2022, Memoori expects that most advanced building energy management systems will provide automated demand response using OpenADR, a function most likely to be provided by the Enterprise Energy Management package in smart buildings. Therefore, Memoori expects demand for separate software packages to decline after 2022. Click headline to read more--
Smart buildings have been proven to save energy, streamline facilities management and prevent expensive equipment failures. Yet to many property owners and investors, the value of smart buildings remains a mystery. The reality is that in most buildings, one can demonstrate a strong business case for strategic investments in smart building systems and management technologies. Not everyone, however, is aware that the tremendous advantages of today's affordable smart building management technologies easily justify the cost. Below are 10 smart building myths that deserve to be put to rest. Click headline to read more--
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