Cloud-based energy analytics - Benefits and Cost Justification
New York States’ Real-Time Energy Management (RTEM) program incentivized over 600 cloud-based energy analytics deployments in commercial and multifamily buildings with systems from over 40 providers. This presentation delivers a cross-cutting of costs and benefits analysis of energy analytic platforms spanning various construction vintages, mechanical systems, building end-uses, occupation patterns and technology providers. The installed costs range from fractions of a dollar per square foot to over ten dollars per square foot. Regardless, benefits almost always justified total costs while improving the health and comfort of the building environments
Lauren De La Fuente is a Program Coordinator at New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), where she helps administer the Real Time Energy Management (RTEM) and RTEM + Tenants programs. The programs support the deployment and utilization of energy management systems and services in New York State building stock. Before joining NYSERDA in 2021, Lauren worked as a coordinator at Carbon Lighthouse, where she supported energy efficiency projects at commercial buildings across the US. She holds a BA degree in Physics from Columbia University.