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Matt Chester on Oct 25, 2019 1:28 pm GMT

The relationship between building energy supply and demand is evolving. Intelligent buildings use data analytics to direct automation and controls to optimize energy consumption, comfort, and experience

Casey-- this has me wondering: is there a significant advantage for a new building who is going to be designed with this relationship and advancing IoT techs in mind as opposed to an existing building that needs to be retrofitted to address such needs? Or is it more or less just plug and play tech that can be added at any point?

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