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This week, The New York Power Authority (NYPA) launched a crucial piece of its energy services business, called the New York Energy Manager (NYEM). The Albany-based operations center allows the authority to monitor 1,000 public buildings across the state in order to provide energy-efficiency solutions for building managers. Over time, NYEM will scale to 3,000 buildings, implement additional remote controls, and provide a space for software and analytics firms to test new approaches to energy monitoring.
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Commenting on this PA client, Peter Siggins said: “NYEM is just the latest - and by no means the last - innovative development from NYPA that will help transform the industry.”