PEMBROKE PINES, Fla., Dec. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The New York Mets have chosen Entic to monitor CitiField's energy consumption using the company's real-time prescriptive analytics technology. Entic will provide the facility's management team with comprehensive visibility into energy consuming systems, allowing them to see true performance, receive insights and recommended actions necessary to achieve and maintain peak performance.
The initiative is a continuation of the Mets' 2008 partnership with the Environmental Protection Agency and its pledge to practice environmental stewardship at CitiField Stadium through a number of green initiatives.
"We're honored to have the opportunity to work with the Mets and to demonstrate how we can help CitiField meet its goal of further reducing its carbon footprint," said Carlos Diaz, Chief Executive Officer of Entic.
Using its proprietary solutions, Entic will use data science and real-time analytics to monitor, predict and prescribe precise corrections at CitiField, the second MLB facility to select their technology. Entic's cloud based technology integrates with various energy consuming systems to process thousands of data points in real time, track consumption, predict achievable savings, communicate anomalies, recommend specific actions and escalate concerns to a manned remote energy center, if necessary.
Entic provides building owners with real-time intelligence and prescriptive analytics to significantly reduce costs and maximize sustainability while gaining unprecedented visibility into major energy consuming systems. Entic is revolutionizing energy savings and building intelligence in hospitals, office buildings, hotels, airports, sports arenas and schools. Customers enjoy live dashboards that calculate costs and achievable savings, receive alerts and monitor the health of their systems with the help of a manned remote energy center. For more information, please visit www.enticusa.com.
About The New York Mets
Founded in 1962, the New York Mets are an American professional baseball team based in the borough of Queens, New York. Since the construction of CitiField stadium in 2008, the Mets have been dedicated to environmental responsibility, and have partnered with many organizations to reduce waste, water, and energy consumption. For more information, please visit http://newyork.mets.mlb.com/nym/community/green.jsp
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