75F is excited to announce an investment from Siemens Ag. Next47, the global venture capital firm backed by Siemens, led the investment on behalf of Siemens Smart Infrastructure. The latest investment brings our total Series A funding round to $28 million. Next47 joins previous investors who have supported 75F including Bill Gates' Breakthrough Energy, OGCI Climate Investments, and WIND Ventures, among others.
75F's latest session in the Healthier Buildings webcast series combines expertise from Belimo and Building Automation Monthly to explore strategies for returning to the workplace while spaces are partially occupied.
Ever since Google and Amazon’s fancy and fun offices became popular, many companies have gotten onto the bandwagon of building colourful and informal office spaces. But whether it is plush bean bags or the dedicated ‘nap’ room, is this enough to satisfy employees?
In this blog, we are taking a look at why smart office design goes beyond the fancier details and boils down to the necessities.
On September 23rd, the local chapters of the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) and the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) hosted the 2019 Minnesota Energy Expo at the Radisson Blu - Mall of America in Bloomington. 13 session speakers took the stage, including a few from 75F, to speak about energy best practices in commercial buildings and the future of building automation.
So grab a bag of popcorn, a notebook, and a pen, and enjoy a couple shortened versions of our sessions!
Do people in your building complain about temperatures at their desk? Are you constantly trying to figure out where, why and how your HVAC system is making them uncomfortable? We have designed the 75F® DUMstat™ to put those questions to rest – permanently. Don't be fooled by the name: the DUMstat is at the top of its class.
The system is simple to install and data starts streaming in immediately. Just plug it in and walk away.
According to the latest reports, buildings in India consume more than 40% of the total energy generated in the country. The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) estimates that 19% of the energy related GHG emissions are also emitted by the buildings sector.