M2M is seen as a key method in improving efficiencies in everything from agriculture to health care to supply chains.
Massachusetts-based Atlas Box reduces energy in warehouses by 55 percent thanks to LED lighting retrofits and innovative National Grid finance program.
Three U.S. schools are using the software to save money and generate new revenue streams.
Vivint aims on becoming the leading residential solar installer in 2013.
The networking giant re-enters the home energy market with a wireless control panel connecting AT&T's Digital Life service.
Next-gen buildings generate business value for owners, occupants and utilities through intelligent IT tools defined by social business, cloud computing, big data analytics and mobility.
WegoWise plans to extend its Web-based energy management platform for multi-tenant building owners to the commercial market with Melon Power's software to benchmark energy usage.
A startup's energy management system taps electric vehicle batteries and cloud-based analytics to help two iconic San Francisco hotels run at building peak performance.
GreenBiz Group's conference focused on big data, smart buildings, connected vehicles, and empowered consumers marks a changing conversation on how to create solutions for sustainable change....
Johnson Controls opens a new marketplace intended for commercial building owners to save energy and money, and provides a new channel for energy analytics startups to sell their wares
By opening up its Panoptix energy management platform for HackCity this week, Johnson Controls unveils a developer program and a first-of-its-kind app marketplace
A convergence of technologies is leading to healthier communities, and a healthier environment, according to GreenBiz Group’s VERGE.
November 9-11, hackers came together at Code for America's Headquarters for "Hack City" - a 3 day-long Cleanweb hackathon at VERGE.
Leaders from IBM, Google, White House and other entrepreneurs, thought leaders and policy makers among nominees promoting convergence of IT with energy, buildings and transportation.
What do a steel mill, a retailer, a hospital and a school have in common? The opportunity to save money and generate new revenue by using demand management to rethink how they use energy.
Schneider Electric, Johnson Controls, Siemens and IBM are among the vendors looking to gain ground in the smart building managed services market -- expected to reach $1.1 billion by 2020.