For a restaurant seeking energy efficiency, an integrated, Web-based control system can make minding the store easier and less costly, said Neil Sainsbury-Carter, business development director for Ecos, a Portland, Ore.-based firm that consults with companies about environmentally sustainable business practices.Among the functions that a control system can monitor effectively are lighting, kitchen refrigeration, ventilation and landscape irrigation.Sainsbury-Carter has more than 14 years of ...

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