Retail Supplier To Be Among Partners In New Energy Savings As A Service Solution For Pittsburgh
July 10, 2018 Email This Story Copyright 2010-17 EnergyChoiceMatters.com
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BOSS Controls, an IoT energy management company, announced that it has received the intent to award contract from the City of Pittsburgh to deploy a fully integrated Energy Savings as a Service initiative across approximately 100 City buildings.
BOSS Controls said that, in addition to partnering with the City of Pittsburgh's Sustainability and Resilience Division, Facilities Bureau and the Department of Innovation and Performance as the participating City agencies, the service includes the following partners: Direct Energy Business, Sprint, Duquesne Light Company, and others.
BOSS said that its service provides immediate energy savings for all of the City's buildings at the plug load and enables demand response load shedding to reduce peak demand. In the near future, this service, which requires no upfront costs from the building owners, will be available to Duquesne Light's customers, and other utilities and their customers across the country, BOSS said
The service includes BOSS Smart Plugs that will be installed in the City of Pittsburgh buildings