The Energy Department has selected Lexington, Massachusetts-based company FirstFuel Software to deliver remote building energy intelligence services across DOE’s building portfolio for Oak Ridge National Laboratories.
FirstFuel said Tuesday its remote building energy intelligence technology and manual on-site audits will work to help ORNL comply with the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 over the next four years.
“Being able to identify areas for savings across all of our facilities in a data-driven way is critical to our energy management strategy,” said Bryce Hudey, ORNL energy manager.
He added the organization constantly looks to develop new strategies on energy usage across the building portfolio and the group looks to automate the task through the FirstFuel platform.
FirstFuel offers energy efficiency, meter data analytics, commercial building efficiency and energy management information systems for agencies such as the General Services Administration and Defense Department.