Honeywell: Smart Buildings to Meet 20% of Electricity Demand by 2020

September 2011
Heating/Piping/Air Conditioning Engineering;Sep2011, Vol. 83 Issue 9, p14
The article reports on the effort of Honeywell Building Solutions to optimize 20 percent energy consumption and resources by making a stable and smarter utility grid in the U.S. It states that smart grid provides energy users with technology that allows participation in dynamic exercise of balancing supply and demand. It notes that merging of traditional energy-saving initiatives in facilities with utility driven programs must continue to gain momentum to encourage efficiency and flexibility.


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