Energy costs are constantly growing, affecting buildings of all types and sizes, everywhere. Today, building automation and management system advancements make buildings more energy efficient, sustainable, and occupant-friendly.

Sustainable entertainment

AEG is one of the world’s leading sports and entertainment presenters, featuring 22 of the top 100 venues in the world, including The Staples Center in Los Angeles. Energy is AEG’s second-largest line-item expense, so proper energy management is essential. AEG’s Earth and Energy Services program identifies internal goals that help guide AEG’s decision-making by measuring and quantifying every project’s environmental impact.

AEG chose Schneider Electric’s Resource Advisor platform to allow it to assess all operational efficiencies in evaluating these projects, ultimately reducing the company’s carbon footprint and saving money.

Sustainable entertainment

See how AEG scores big when it comes to energy savings across its entertainment facilities.

We were the first in our industry to implement such programs and have grown to be more competitive and profitable because of our focus on energy and sustainability.

Scott Bosarge

Scott Bosarge

Senior Vice President of Business Services
AEG

Tomorrow’s buildings, today

Buildings are the bedrock of cities. As growing urbanization places more demand on electricity and energy, buildings help shape the future of smart cities. When it comes to energy efficiency for buildings, 82 percent of the efficiency potential is not yet tapped!1 Homes, too, can leverage Innovation At Every Level to lower energy consumption and electricity cost using our WiserTM smart thermostat, for example.

Tomorrow’s buildings, today

References

  • 1 World Energy Outlook 2012, OECD / IEA, Internal analysis.