About the Smart Energy Analytics Campaign

Energy Management and Information Systems (EMIS) are a cost-effective, yet underutilized "High Impact Technology". These technologies are underutilized in today’s buildings, yet offer owners and operators significant savings on their utility bills, as operational improvements. In addition to EMIS, the U.S. Department of Energy has identified Cold Climate Heat Pumps, LED Troffers with Controls, and Alternative Refrigerants as High Impact Technologies.

Through the Smart Energy Analytics Campaign, the U.S. Department of Energy’s Better Buildings Alliance, with the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), and other key organizers, will work with industry to encourage and track adoption of EMIS technology used with monitoring-based commissioning (MBCx) and other energy management processes in the commercial buildings sector.

Campaign FAQ

Answers to common questions regarding participation in the Smart Energy Analytics Campaign.

Glossary of Key Terms

Definitions and examples of commonly used terms related to Energy Management and Information Systems. 

Organizing Partners

Organizing partners are key stakeholder organizations that have influenced the design of the Smart Energy Analytics campaign and work with the campaign organizers and participants on an ongoing basis. These organizations have significant interest and activities in EMIS and MBCx and are committed to promoting the benefits of the campaign to members and industry at-large.

Supporting Partners

Supporting partners include utility and energy efficiency organizations, service and product providers, who are committed to promoting the Smart Energy Analytics Campaign.

May 2019: The call for Spring award applications was heard loud and clear by Campaign participants this year. We received a very strong group of applications; each one was a solid contender with an interesting EMIS story to tell. At a webinar on June 6th 11am-12... more
January 2019: In the Smart Energy Analytics Campaign, we often hear that organizations that have implemented FDD are (at least initially) in fault overwhelm.  So we gathered some strategies to help keep your list of faults manageable and help keep your operations... more
October 2018: One of the most rewarding parts of working with the participants in the Campaign is bringing them to center stage to be recognized for their work implementing Fault Detection and Diagnostics and Energy Information Systems. The Campaign participants are a... more