CANADIAN PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

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Message from our Editor:
 
Commercial real estate drives the economy as an employer and purchaser of goods and services; it backstops the economy as an investment asset class; and it literally houses a vast portion of global economic activity.
 
Canadian Property Management drills into and draws connections between each of these key functions — exploring how the buildings sector coexists with a fragile environment and its multidisciplinary workforce navigates an evolving society.
 
BarbsmallBarbara Carss, Editor-in-Chief - Canadian Property Management

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Prolonged and costly power outages rank high among the severe weather risks that Canadians increasingly face. Precarious energy distribution systems, deferred maintenance and communication breakdowns have sometimes exacerbated the turmoil of events like the Alberta floods and southern Ontario ice storm of 2013.

Odds are, an energy reporting requirement for large buildings is coming to Toronto. The question that remains is: Will it come from the city or from the province?

A new energy use analysis tool called ecoMetrics was unveiled at the Canada Green Building Council conference in Vancouver.

The collection, analysis and reporting of energy data is an integral, yet often cumbersome part of building management. As it currently stands, collecting electricity data — and subsequently cleaning, converting and interpreting that data —  from utilities across a variety of jurisdictions in North America is a time and resource-intensive process.

Mining Big Energy Data Thursday, February 26, 2015

Mining Big Energy Data

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In the big picture, big energy data is projected to simplify the process and expand the scope of audits, benchmarking, measurement and verification. On the ground — as a room full of energy analytics providers and users recently explored — there are still important details to work through.

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