King County is the largest government in the United States to pilot the same energy-tracking system that Microsoft uses to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions at many of its buildings. Seattle-based design firm (and CleanTech Alliance member) MacDonald-Miller will install the software at no cost to taxpayers at five King County facilities for a two-year pilot project.
Read more about the new system on the King County website.
Interested in learning more about building automation? MacDonald-Miller's Perry England will join a panel of experts at our March 11 breakfast event to share how building automation is driving energy efficiency in commercial and residential buildings.