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Author: davidgordon

SUNY Cobleskill

SUNY Cobleskill

Last week we worked with the Entuit folks to finish up commissioning 459 dorm rooms and hall lounges in 4 dorm buildings on the picturesque SUNY Cobleskill campus. Point to point wireless connections were validated for temperature sensors, occupancy sensors, and relays.  The new controls will 1) limit upper temperatures (no more 75-80+ degree rooms!), 2)… READ MORE

NYS Green Building Conference, April 5th & 6th in Syracuse!

NYS Green Building Conference, April 5th & 6th in Syracuse!

Come see us at the NYS Green Building Conference, April 5th & 6th in Syracuse! Green Building Partners will be featuring Entuit’s line of wireless and battery-less sensors, along with Aircuity’s centralized demand control ventilation solutions. In addition, I will be co-presenting with Matt Brubaker, Energy Manager, SUNY Cortland on the topic: Innovative Sensor Applications for... READ MORE
Aircuity OptiNet – Installation mode at Binghamton University’s Energy R&D Building

Aircuity OptiNet – Installation mode at Binghamton University’s Energy R&D Building

January 14, 2016 Binghamton University’s Smart Energy R&D building, following LEED Platinum standards, is coming out of the ground and slated for a 2017 completion. The $70M, 114,000 square-foot facility will, like its name suggests, help university researchers develop energy-efficient technologies. Green Building Partners, LLC is very pleased to be selected, once again, for the implementation of… READ MORE

Going Wireless

Going Wireless

Access into building automation systems, security, and lighting systems through WiFi is making it possible to utilize more cost-effective applications for energy savings. According to a recent study by Navigant Research, worldwide revenue from wireless buildings control nodes will reach $434 million by 2023, up from $84.8 million in 2013. Obviously, no wires means significantly… READ MORE