Edo drives carbon and cost out of commercial buildings with reliable, affordable, and scalable solutions.
Edo reduces carbon and costs in commercial buildings by deploying hardware, software, and services to improve efficiency and position owners to unlock new revenue from the grid. By using machine learning Edo organizes data accurately and identifies building insights. Edo's energy management platform utilizes fault detection and diagnostics (FDD) and system-level key performance indicators (KPIs) to optimize building performance. Edo's Energy Engineers earn the trust of building operators to implement low- and no-cost energy and demand optimization strategies and monitor system operations to drive significant results.
Two seasoned industry leaders – McKinstry and Avista – formed Edo to reengineer how buildings and the grid work together. Their unique understanding of both the built environment and utilities allows them to drive energy and demand optimization that benefits buildings and the grid. Edo’s energy optimization solutions are deployed in over 17 states, 4,000 buildings, and 125 million square feet. On average, Edo’s solution saves a building owner 8-25% in energy use and associated costs.
Edo’s mission is to enable a decarbonized grid through a building-centric approach that unlocks the ability of commercial buildings to become reliable grid assets.
Episode 159 features Thano Lambrinos from Quadreal and Wayne Kim from Andorix. This conversation explores the partnership between Quadreal and Andorix and how the implementation of a new network has made an impact on Quadreal. Enjoy!
The Empire State Building is perhaps the most famous building in the world. Most in our industry don’t realize it’s also a great decarbonization and smart buildings case study. In fact, the team at Empire State Realty Trust (ESRT) goes out of its way to share lessons learned with the rest of the industry to follow in their footsteps.
The Nexus Pro community manager, Eric Larsen, posed a compelling prompt to our 600-member community: “Many of us agree that “Use Cases” are the building blocks of a Smart Building. However, I haven’t heard a single, significant, concise definition. How can that be if they’re so important?!”
When I heard that 2 facilities staff members are responsible for 300 retail stores and 20 distribution centers, it blew my mind. I can barely remember to change the filter in my house’s furnace, let alone manage thousands of rooftop units distributed across the country.
The filterable Nexus Labs content library on our website tells me that since 2020, we’ve published 21 podcasts, 16 newsletters, and 10 members-only events on the independent data layer, building operating systems, digital twins, or single “pains” of glass. What do all these buzzwords topics have in common? They’re all used to describe the technologies at the data layer of the smart buildings stack. They’re all used to bring data from multiple silos together so it can be leveraged in software applications for better outcomes.
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