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BuildingIQ has announced that the City of Las Vegas is the first city to deploy its cloud-based energy management system broadly for optimized power consumption.

According to the company, its Predictive Energy Optimization software learns a building's HVAC energy patterns to predict consumption, and the deployment is part of utility NV Energy’s mPowered demand response program. 

“Sustainability is one of the core values for our city,” says Tom Perrigo, chief sustainability officer for the City of Las Vegas. “We are proud to be participating in NV Energy’s unique program, which aims to significantly reduce our carbon footprint. The early results from BuildingIQ’s Predictive Energy Optimization solution have been fantastic, and we look forward to seeing wide deployment through our city and the state.”




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