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BIG DATA MEANS SMALL ENERGY BILLS FOR COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS, SAYS THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

In an article released in the Wall Street Journal this Sunday, analysts discuss the growing prevalence of big data analytics to increase efficiency. As local governments roll out regulations to monitor and reduce the carbon footprint from building operations, building owners are rapidly adopting analytics as a way to optimize their energy consumption. Using analytics software has helped corporations save hundreds of thousands of dollars in energy costs per year, the article states.

To read the full story at The Wall Street Journal, click here.