Billing mistakes are as common as the common cold. (And as frustrating too.) Last year, a detailed review of 6 million utility invoices and 4 billion points of energy data uncovered more than €45 million in errors. There’s a remedy, however. Combining data collection and bill validation with robust analytics and reporting is the key to paying the exact amount for energy and other resources.
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ONEONTA, Ala. – February 16, 2018 – Blount County Schools, located just north of Birmingham, Ala., today announced a partnership with energy and sustainability expert Schneider Electric to...
Exponential growth in electric vehicles (EVs) will shape the energy landscape over the next few decades. As a result, the complexity of balancing electricity supply & demand will become more acute.
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