- Analytics & Modeling - Data-as-a-Service
- Sensors - Temperature Sensors
- Facility Management
- Building Energy Management
- Data Science Services
The customer's portfolio includes multiple divisions, with many disparate building management systems and a large variety of hardware. This situation makes centralizing energy management exceptionally challenging.
Despite the complexities involved, the customer required a solution that would enable:
- Real-time Visibility - Visibility into the real-time performance of their refrigeration, HVAC, and lighting at the equipment level across their enterprise.
- Energy Reductions - Energy reductions that would meet corporate ROI requirements.
- Proactive Maintenance - Proactive maintenance processes on identified energy and building efficiency opportunities.
- Data Capture - Ability to validate energy savings through a Measurement & Verification (M&V) process.
- Integrations - Ability to integrate multiple IoT data points into one centralized platform.
The customer is a national grocery retailer with over 1,900 stores across 20 well-known banners, throughout the states. Aside from business goals to reduce energy, the customer has publicly pledged a series of energy commitments to reduce their carbon footprint.
Phoenix set the guidelines and deployed integration of their Enterprise Data Xchange (EDX) with Building Intelligence (BI) reporting across all the customer's locations and divisions. Phoenix also set up a management process to work through orders/dispatches on opportunities identified through Phoenix's energy control measures (ECM), where remote fixes are not possible.
The overall goal was to reduce energy consumption through specific ECM strategies. The EDX platform also enables the customer to apply for millions of dollars in energy efficiency incentives provided through utility programs.
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