FMLink Newsletter — Energy Management — August 17, 2017

FMLink Newsletter — Energy Management — August 17, 2017

This Energy Management newsletter is one of a series of five specialized newsletters, supplementing our weekly general newsletter (sent on Mondays). For each of five weeks you will receive a different specialized newsletter on Thursdays or Fridays, focusing on a different FM-related area. To manage which ones you receive, click on the link below.

This newsletter covers energy management news from July 13 through August 16, 2017.


Utility best practices designed to reduce costs (Benchmarking » FM BENCHMARKING)

Grand Central Terminal installs commercial hand dryers, resulting in major cost savings (Case Studies » Excel Dryer, Inc.)
Reduced labor, maintenance, waste and energy are the result of installing automatic hand dryers in Grand Central Terminal

Need help knowing where to save energy in your building? Take a look at DOE’s “efficiency expert in a suitcase” (Energy » Products and Services)

Tenant Sustainability Guides – A virtually no-cost way to reduce your building’s environmental impact (Sustainability » Leonardo Academy)

The TBL (Triple Bottom Line) of restroom hygiene (Magazines » ISSA Today)
Decisions about the restroom that can affect People, Planet and Profit

You can help make permanent an energy efficiency tax deduction for buildings — see how (Developments » Energy Management)

To make sure your lighting systems are being installed to limit their energy losses through Ethernet cables, check out this new NEMA standard (Products and Services » Publications)

Ready to reduce energy but not sure how? New ISO standards aim to bolster energy performance of buildings around the world (Regulations and Government)

If you’re looking for a supplier with efficient, eco-friendly operations, check out these companies (Surveys and Trends)

See how this program could improve energy efficiency for your industrial facilities, street lighting and district energy (Associations and Organizations)

NeoCon 2017: Stop bending over to plug your charger in; ESI Ergo desktop power solution puts power outlets and USB ports within reach. Company also launches electric height-adjustable worksurfaces. (Furniture & Furnishings » Products and Services)