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Big Data, Small Data

Wednesday, Oct 26, 2016

A Building Energy Exchange Forum — Register Today

Join Building Energy Exchange for Big Data, Small Data: Managing building energy data at different scales.

Building energy use data is being collected at many scales, from whole cities to real estate organization portfolios to individual buildings. Join BEEx for what promises to be a highly informative discussion of the platforms and services being utilized at these varying scales, the impact this knowledge has on public policy, and the effect it has on organizational decision making.

MODERATOR
Adam Hinge, Sustainable Energy Partnerships

SPEAKERS
Harry Bergmann, U.S. Department of Energy
Ulrich Scharf, GRESB
Jayson Antonoff, Institute for Market Transformation
Joshua Kace, Code Green Solutions


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