NYSERDA’s Grid-Interactive Building Showcase: Recap

NYSERDA’s Grid-Interactive Building Showcase: Recap

May 17, 2023

May 17, 2023

May 17, 2023

David Klatt, COO of Logical Buildings, participates in a recent industry event hosted by NYSERDA highlighting grid-interactive efficient buildings (GEBs). GEBs take a data-driven approach using real-time energy management, connectivity between building systems, and modularity/flexibility to optimize buildings for energy use, emissions, costs and grid stability. “Imagine you showed up in a world where zero cars had a speedometer. You were driving, you had no idea how fast you were going, you don’t know how much fuel you have left in the tank. But if you’ve been commuting for a long time, you can pretty much feel it out, and get by. Now imagine, with Local Law 97, it’s like a cop with a speed gun on every street.”  — Panelist David Klatt

David Klatt, COO of Logical Buildings, participates in a recent industry event hosted by NYSERDA highlighting grid-interactive efficient buildings (GEBs). GEBs take a data-driven approach using real-time energy management, connectivity between building systems, and modularity/flexibility to optimize buildings for energy use, emissions, costs and grid stability. “Imagine you showed up in a world where zero cars had a speedometer. You were driving, you had no idea how fast you were going, you don’t know how much fuel you have left in the tank. But if you’ve been commuting for a long time, you can pretty much feel it out, and get by. Now imagine, with Local Law 97, it’s like a cop with a speed gun on every street.”  — Panelist David Klatt

David Klatt, COO of Logical Buildings, participates in a recent industry event hosted by NYSERDA highlighting grid-interactive efficient buildings (GEBs). GEBs take a data-driven approach using real-time energy management, connectivity between building systems, and modularity/flexibility to optimize buildings for energy use, emissions, costs and grid stability. “Imagine you showed up in a world where zero cars had a speedometer. You were driving, you had no idea how fast you were going, you don’t know how much fuel you have left in the tank. But if you’ve been commuting for a long time, you can pretty much feel it out, and get by. Now imagine, with Local Law 97, it’s like a cop with a speed gun on every street.”  — Panelist David Klatt

See more on

Building Energy Exchange