Bright Power Speaks at Building Energy 12: Data That Bares All


Jeff Perlman will discuss the value of tracking building energy data to better understand building performance.

Data That Bares All (Thursday, March 8, 2012)

(Building Energy 12, Seaport World Trade Center, Boston, MA)

8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m., Waterfront 2
Session Chair(s): Satpal Kaur
Session Speaker(s): Jeffrey Perlman, Edward Connelly
This session will focus on the Gifford Perspective. Look at the utility bills and track how buildings actually perform. By automatically scraping their real data for gas, oil, electric and water bills, how do creative companies change building energy usage? Does compelling presentation of real utility use data impact occupant behavior and building operations? Will easily understood utility performance benchmarking impact real estate markets? Innovative pioneering companies will discuss their services, business models and approaches to using “the real data” on how buildings actually perform in the real world.

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