New York Energy Manager: Big Data, Better Analytics

The New York Energy Manager (NYEM) gives customers unprecedented insight into their building usage by using real-time data to improve building energy performance, reduce environmental impact, and lower energy bills. NYEM drives insights to improve building energy performance, sustainability, and savings in over 15,000 buildings with 25,000 meters and sensors all over New York State through equipment-level metering, advanced analytics software, and expert advisory services. Join us in our discussion of the use of big data from our customers and learn how they have been utilizing NYEM analytics in the times of the Coronavirus Outbreak.

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Thursday, September 24, 2020 - 1:45pm to 2:45pm

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2 (some prior experience/knowledge helpful)

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BPI 1.0 hour

Learning Objectives:

  • Gain insights on data collection by use of submeters (where BMS is not available) and/or BMS data ingestion
  • Gain insight into data science concepts and how energy and facility managers can leverage real time data
  • Understand how the NYEM platform can leverage machine learning and AI to reduce workload on facility managers
  • Understand strategies for analyzing historical trends to identify future opportunities for tangible energy and carbon savings

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