Legacy Energy Management, Energy Management Legacy - Difference Between The Two
- Jan 27, 2019 9:03 pm GMT
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Here's the difference between the two:
Legacy Energy Management
Think of the term, legacy software. This term describes software that is outdated and on its way out. Like legacy software, legacy energy management is energy management that sooner or later will be obsolete and out of date. Some energy managers think that if they can get that one big project approved by senior management and successfully installed, that big shiny piece of hardware will be their energy management legacy. Unfortunately, big shiny pieces of hardware, although they might be valuable for a number of years, eventually become legacy energy management.
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