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Efficient Buildings to Be 100% Sensed

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Sheetal.Pandey
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Re: Irony of energy savings
Sheetal.Pandey   7/14/2014 4:39:07 AM
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This is good if buildings are 100% sensed. It can have lots of positive effects on energy saving, it can also avoid many hazardous situations.

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Irony of energy savings
resistion   7/12/2014 1:59:55 AM
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These sensors of course, also consume power and energy. In total, their effect is not negligible and should be weighed against the energy being saved otherwise.

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Anything in excess is not good
_hm   7/11/2014 10:58:29 PM
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This looks like overkill of building. Anything in excess is bad. Do you really need them so much? It is looks like madness and overall effect not at all green.

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