New Frontiers for Energy Management in Smart Buildings (Webinar)

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Executive Summary

Energy management is changing today as the smart building agenda forces corporate executives to think more holistically about building performance and building-to-grid interactions. This webinar provides energy and facilities executives best practice advice for taking their energy programmes forward in an era of shifting real estate priorities and expanding technology options. The webinar will consider the role for energy management software, IoT platforms, FDD analytics, wellbeing analytics, on-site power generation, EV charging and energy storage. Energy services vendors should also listen to this webinar to understand the latest developments in this changing market. 

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About the authors

Susan Clarke

Research Director

Susan leads the Verdantix Smart Buildings practice. Her current research agenda focuses on software solutions for real estate management including integrated workplace management systems and IoT platforms for buildings. Her research expertise also includes a broad range of energy management technologies and energy services. Susan has eight years of experience in technology research. She holds a MSc from the University of London in Sustainable Development.

Ibrahim Yate

Industry Analyst

Ibrahim is an Industry Analyst in the Verdantix Smart Buildings practice. His current agenda covers innovation in software and hardware solutions for space management, workplace management, energy management, smart lighting, proptech and location-based services. Ibrahim joined Verdantix in 2016, and previously worked at OVO Energy and the Energy Saving Trust. Ibrahim holds an MSc in Energy Policy from Imperial College London and MA from Cambridge University.

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