Building Clarity was recently selected to be one of seven companies picked to participate in the Joules Accelerator Catalyst Program as part of the North Carolina Cleantech Corridor initiative.
Led by partners The Joules Accelerator and the Research Triangle Cleatech Cluster, the $1.5 million, three-year program is designed to increase cleantech development programs in Raleigh and Charlotte. Building Clarity will participate in both the Charlotte and Raleigh events on September 18th and 19th.
Raynor Smith, P.E., Building Clarity Chief Operating Officer explains, “Building Clarity is pioneering advanced analytics in large-scale facilities. Our deep expertise in building operation, engineering and data science, combined with our patent-pending IoT technology and advanced analytics from SAS help organizations with large real estate portfolios save millions of dollars per year, while enabling teams to be more productive. It’s a game-changer.
We are excited to be selected to participate in the Joules Accelerator Catalyst Program. We are looking forward to discussing our transformative technology solutions in the Cleantech and Smart Cities domains.”
Raynor Smith, P.E., Chief Operation Officer, Building Clarity, has been elected by his peers to serve as the Chairman of North Carolina’s State Building Commission for the 2019-2020 term. Smith was appointed to the board by Governor Roy Cooper earlier this year and was elected to chair the board in August 2019. The board was…
Building Clarity was proud to be part of the Jones County energy-positive school project with partner, First Floor. This state-of-the-art school will generate all of the energy required to run the building and about 70 percent more. The project included geothermal heating and cooling, solar panels, a water filtration system, and Dynamic Air Cleaners. Click…
Recently, Raynor Smith, PE our Vice President and Chief Operating Officer was featured in ASHRAE Journal speaking to our work with net zero schools. Read the article “Making The Energy Grade.” Download the ASHRAE article