As buildings increasingly become lightly occupied or unoccupied, there is an immediate opportunity to reduce energy use and costs by make a few adjustments to the building’s operations. Here are three simple steps you can take now to reduce energy during low to no-occupancy.
Measurement and Verification (M&V) refers to the overall strategy and systematic process of quantifying the energy savings of implemented projects. Learn how M&V is used to determine the savings resulting from the implementation of any energy projects.
Spiral freezers are one means of refrigeration that are popular with food processors given their compact, spiral belt and their ability to freeze large amounts of products with longer dwell times, but they are not without their inefficiencies.
New construction commissioning ensures that a final, occupied building meets the Owner’s and stakeholder’s needs and expectations. This process lowers operating and maintenance costs and results in equipment that operates at maximum efficiency.
An Energy Action Plan or EAP is a framework used by governments and other large organizations to map out their current energy consumption and layout strategies to reduce that consumption.
Climate Action Plans are a useful and popular tool used at all scales of governments and institutions, including states, counties, cities, and universities.
Climate Action Plans are a proven, comprehensive framework used by governments or organizations to measure, plan, and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and lessen their climate impact.
When you combine the analytic capabilities of today’s advanced Energy Management Systems with on-the-ground subsystem energy monitoring in the form of HVAC micro-PLCs there is a synergistic effect on energy savings, efficiency, and system control.
Retro-commissioning is a proven method to ensure existing buildings systems are working together effectively to produce optimal financial, environmental, and human health outcomes.