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NRCAN: Multi-Family High-Rise Buildings in Ontario Now Eligible for ENERGY STAR® Certification

Natural Resources Canada (NRCAN) has recently announced ENERGY STAR certification will be available for multi-family high-rise buildings in Ontario through the ENERGY STAR Multifamily High-Rise (New Construction) Pilot Program. The new program aims to facilitate and incentivize energy efficient practices for new mid and high-rise buildings in Ontario.   The new pilot program will recognize […]

Making ‘big’ data from utility meters manageable

Enable better decision making & utility management Without an automated measuring, monitoring and reporting system, your meter data won’t be easily turned into actionable insights.  The data needed for intelligent decision-making is, on its own, useless.  Energy Management Systems, like MeterConnex™, turn your big data into action through customized reporting.  Once you have an interface […]

QMC Ranks Up in BIV’s Fastest Growing Companies List

QMC continues to grow, ranking at 29th out of 100 companies in BC, up from last year at 52nd place.   For the second year in a row, QMC has made it onto Business in Vancouver’s list of fastest growing companies in BC. This growth can be attributed to several factors: Developers and property managers […]

Australian City Adopting LoRaWAN

LoRaWAN-enabled devices, such as wireless water meters, will soon be coming to the City of Gold Coast.   The City of Gold Coast in Australia will be one of the world’s first to implement both a LoRaWAN Internet of Things (IoT) Network and a fibre optic network that has the ability to support 5G speeds, […]

ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager Scores Will Update in 2018

ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager scores may drop for your building due to new benchmarking data.   Building owners in the ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager® program may see big changes to their building score after August 26, 2018. This is because the current benchmarking data uses a baseline from around 2003. Building performances have changed since […]