Integrating energy-management systems with other technology leads to increased efficiency and heightened guest comfort.
With automation, hoteliers can not only increase efficiency but also add experience features, which is a win-win for all involved.
Some sustainability elements, such as LED lighting, are increasing in use, but the hotel industry has a long way to go to before it is truly energy efficient.
Energy is the second largest hotel expense after labor, which makes it a prime area for companies looking to improve profitability.
"Smart" cities are becoming increasingly popular as people become more environmentally aware.
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The La Quinta Inn & Suites in Danbury, Conn., installed 400 solar panels on the rooftops of two buildings to generate 132,000 watts of solar electricity.
The Whaler in Kaanapali Beach Resort on the island of Maui installed Honeywell’s Inncom Inncontrol 3 real-time hotel energy-management system in 2014.