When you think of a research laboratory, you probably think about a lot of data, a lot of brainpower, and some of the most innovative discoveries made by humankind to date. Behind all of this incredible work is the energy that powers laboratories and all of their state-of-the-art equipment. In the case of a 450,000 square foot MIT research laboratory in Cambridge, Massachusetts, energy costs were increasing, and, as a result, they were missing out on major utility program incentives. To get back on track and uncover the issues causing an escalation in energy inefficiency, MIT’s research laboratory implemented KGS Buildings’ flagship software, Clockworks, to automate their building diagnostics and uncover significant cost savings. In just one year, the MIT research laboratory realized $286,000 in validated annual savings and $50,000 in utility incentives. Sound like the kind of savings you hope to achieve across your buildings?