Primer Organizational Use of Energy Management and Information Systems EMIS - Smart Energy Decisions

Commercial, Demand Management, Energy Efficiency  -  November 1, 2015 - By Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Primer on Organizational Use of Energy Management and Information Systems

Energy Management and Information Systems, or EMIS, are a broad family of tools and services used to manage building energy use. EMIS include benchmarking and monthly utility tracking tools; energy information systems; equipment-specific fault detection and diagnostic systems; building automation systems; and automated system optimization tools.

The mission of the U.S. Department of Energy's Better Buildings Alliance is to transform the way commercial buildings use energy. Through the Better Buildings Alliance, members in different market sectors work with the DOE's network of research and technical experts to develop and deploy innovative, cost-effective, energy-saving solutions that lead to better technologies, more profitable businesses, and better buildings. As of 2015, the Alliance has more than 200 members representing over 10 billion square feet of commercial building space.

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