FMLink Newsletter — Energy Management — October 11, 2018

FMLink Newsletter — Energy Management — October 11, 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 September 6 through October 10, 2018.


Projects using building energy management systems (BEMS) for integrated control are catching up to current efficiency favorite, LED lighting, finds this UK report (Surveys and Trends)

What is keeping you from getting the most out of your facilities technology? (Surveys and Trends)

Learn the latest strategies and technologies for energy and water efficiency in DOE’s webinar series (Products and Services » Webinars, Education and Training)

Is your state considering a clean energy law? See what California — now the world’s fifth-largest economy — just passed (Regulations and Government)

Will your state adopt the stricter 2015 IECC energy code as Pennsylvania has? What does it mean for FMs? (Regulations and Government)


How is the role of the electrical contractor changing with today’s technology? (Surveys and Trends)

Find out what these award-winning federal facilities are doing to save energy and water (Developments » Industry Awards)

Herman Miller commits to using 100% renewable energy in its Spring Lake manufacturing plants (Developments » Energy Management)

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See how BuildingIQ’s acquisition will extend its smart building services to new construction projects (Corporate and Organization » Developments)

Sustainability performance continues to go up globally, according to GRESB — see how, and make sure your facilities are keeping up (Surveys and Trends)

If you need help improving the economics of your health-care facilities’ operations, CBRE’s consulting acquisition may help (Corporate and Organization » Developments)