FMLink Newsletter — Energy Management — January 4, 2018

FMLink Newsletter — Energy Management — January 4, 2018

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 November 30, 2017 through January 3, 2018.


Submetering to improve energy performance (How To » BOMI International)
Learn when submetering is an effective strategy and how to make it work for you

Agile architecture: Revolutionizing FM with real-time adaptation (Magazines » FMJ)
How the IoT can have the building adapt to its environment in real-time

Service provider benchmarking, with an example for energy consumption (Benchmarking » FM BENCHMARKING)

Find out whether LED lighting has lived up to its energy efficiency hype, in this analytics report (Surveys and Trends)

Get automated recommendations for retrofits, maintenance and upgrades to reduce energy use with ASHRAE’s Building EQ Portal (Products and Services » Software & Technology)

Learn more about how to make the most of building automation systems and smart buildings from this association’s white paper (Products and Services » Publications)


Get a glimpse at the future of energy transformation in smart cities, and how it will affect FM, in this Navigant report (Products and Services » Publications)

See what your health-care facility is missing out on if it’s not taking advantage of IoT and other advanced technologies (Surveys and Trends)

Hybrid Power System 3K

Cut fuel spend and increase uptime by auto-switching between battery and fuel with Aggreko hybrid power system (Energy » Products and Services)

If you’re looking for real-time data to rein in energy use, check out the submetering services Northwestern U. is using (Contract Awards)

Now you can fully troubleshoot electrical systems without the risks of contacting metal (Energy » Products and Services)