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Prescriptive Data Named Qualified Vendor for NYSERDA Program

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) has named Prescriptive Data a qualified vendor for its new Real-Time Energy Management + Tenants program. 

Based in Midtown Manhattan, Prescriptive Data is a smart-building technology company focused on the use of artificial intelligence to optimize tenant comfort and decrease carbon emissions. NYSERDA’s RTEM + Tenants’ initiative is designed to promote the comprehensive monitoring and management of commercial office buildings’ energy, electricity demand, and carbon footprint. 

“NYSERDA deserves praise for incentivizing commercial property owners to gain easier access to the most-advanced technologies available for managing energy consumption and limiting greenhouse gas emissions,” said Sonu Panda, CEO of Prescriptive Data, which is owned by Rudin Management. “Prescriptive Data is gratified to have been named to join an elite class of vendors specially qualified to equip owners with the best-available tools for optimum energy management in multi-tenant buildings.” 


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