Sustainable Oil Refinery Practices Start with Commercial Energy Management

The Philadelphia Oil Industry is Embracing Energy Management Technology

Refineries must hold themselves to a higher standard of social responsibility, taking measures to promote sustainability and mitigate damage to the environment. That commitment starts at the executive level and continues all the way through to each employee of the organization. While it’s easy to say that sustainability is important to your company, implementing such actions requires a bit more effort. Fortunately, CytexOne has developed proven, effective technology for increasing energy efficiency and reducing consumption within large commercial buildings and facilities. Keep reading to learn about the impact commercial energy management technology can have on your Pennsylvania refinery.

Commercial Energy Management Solutions Create Environmentally-friendly MDU Communities

CytexOne Enhances Post-modern Environments and Supercharges New Construction

Are you a property manager of a multi-tenant building? Do you want to reduce your operating expenses, increase the property’s value, and meet tenant demands for environmentally responsible housing options? While the obvious answer to the latter question is ‘yes,’ knowing how to accomplish all three initiatives can be a challenge.  The experts at CytexOne have the tools and resources to help implement commercial energy management solutions that save money and reduce your property’s carbon footprint. Read on to learn about the steps to make your multifamily community more energy efficient.

Is Your Industrial Facility Performing at Its Best?

CytexOne Offers Commercial Energy Management Solutions for the Northeast Region of the U.S.

Whether you manage a factory in Wilmington, DE or a commercial building in New Jersey, CytexOne offers expertise, technology, and innovative solutions that impact energy management and increase operational efficiency. We understand that gaining control of a facility’s energy consumption is an essential part of your job that goes hand-in-hand with a building’s automation system. Read on to learn more about an integrated building management system that supports your sustainability strategy.

Commercial Automation Solutions Set MDUs Apart

Appeal to the End-User with Amazing Amenities by CytexOne

At the gathering of the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce’s South Florida Real Estate Summit, Miami Commissioner Francis Suarez told attendees that last year saw the highest volume ever for the city’s building department, with 174 permits issued and $2.4 billion in ongoing construction. Experts at the summit stressed that the market is not headed for a downturn, even though growth has slowed.

Does Your Sustainability Strategy Involve Commercial Energy Management?

Building Automation Coupled With Energy Management Solutions Achieve Greater Results

In 2013, the City of Boston enacted the Building Energy Reporting and Disclosure Ordinance (BERDO) requiring all large- and medium-sized buildings to report their annual energy and water use to the City. That information is then made publicly available. In an effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 25 percent, such energy reporting and disclosure is intended to encourage building owners to increase energy efficiency, reduce energy costs, and utilize incentives such as Renew Boston. Read on to learn how these incentives coupled with building automation and energy management solutions can achieve greater results.

What Role Does Technology Play in Your Business Strategy?

CytexOne Offers Hospitality Automation that Sets Boston Hotels Apart

Technology moves at lightning speeds and keeping up with these incessant changes can be a daunting task. But hotel owners and investors ought to look beyond balance sheets in regards to the technology and systems they’re using to drive bottom-line value. While hotel operations rely heavily on staff and administration, technology is assuming a larger role, becoming intricately woven into day-to-day affairs and operational tasks. Yet thousands of hotel properties rely on decades-old applications or cumbersome hardware systems that may no longer be supported by their creators.