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How South Africa is Determined to be Energy Efficient

When South Africa hosted the 2010 FIFA World Cup it helped spark a boom in direct investment funds and development projects that bolstered this emerging economy to new heights. The increase in building infrastructure also produced a higher demand for … Read More

Energy Efficiency Sector Outlook

The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) released its latest report in mid-August highlighting the growth of energy efficiency in the United States as the third largest electricity generation resource for 2015. This of course is an encouraging sign for the … Read More

The Resurgence of DC Power Systems

When we think of household electricity consumers assume all devices run on AC power, but are surprised to find that most modern electronics, televisions, computers and some appliances require DC power. The growth of electric vehicles, solar energy, information technology … Read More

Commercial and Residential Tenant Submetering

If you ever lived in a building complex you are well aware of the lack of energy option for tenants. There is usually no energy management system in place to monitor each individual unit to track there electricity cost. Many … Read More

Designing Modern Intelligent Buildings

We have smart phones and smart cars, so it’s only appropriate to start having smart buildings. One sector that is pushing this forward are energy management systems (EMS) that help owners monitor and control their energy usage. The idea of … Read More