Connecting the dots: Profiting from building energy data analytics

Big data is constantly making headlines in the tech startup world, with applications ranging from personal health (see the October 23, LRBEJ) to optimizing electricity distribution on the Grid (by companies like C3 Energy), and of course, for smart building applications. Investors need not look f...

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