Get a glimpse into how technology is helping the City of Boston save money on its energy bills.
It's hard to manage what you can't measure -- that's why Boston is taking extra steps to use data as a tool to help the City dive deeper into our own consumption of energy. In a recent article with StateScoop.com, City Energy Manager Adam Jacobs details how technology can help the City of Boston better monitor its energy usage, and make decisions about real-time building use and long-term investments.
Adam recommends taking this same approach with your own home or business: when you know your monthly consumption, you can easily spot when something is off and start troubleshooting the problem. That could mean changing behavior or investing in measures that help save energy.
Looking to get a handle on your own emissions (or bills)? Be sure to check out Renew Boston to see what help you can get.