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The Food Service team developed a Commercial Heat Pump Water Heater Specification that can be used to reduce water heating energy by 70%.
Recent advances in window technologies for both reductions in conduction loses and solar gains can help in tremendous energy savings in commercial buildings.
Exterior walls are the major components of the building envelope. By being a barrier between the interior and the exterior environments, walls need to have features that minimize the energy losses while maintaining durability.
Roofs are another source of building energy loss, but roofing design and materials can help to reduce the amount of cooling required in certain climates by reflecting solar heat rather than absorbing it.
LED technology has improved dramatically over the past ten years, with enhanced manufacturing processes, materials delivering consistently high-quality light output by way of smaller components, and greater interoperability with other digital platforms. Evaluating the expected performance, reliability, and the rapidly changing nature of the technology play a role in the decision making process around an LED conversion.
This toolkit contains resources that support the use of advanced refrigeration technologies to achieve energy savings in comparison to traditional refrigeration systems.
Lighting system upgrades, like more efficient troffer lighting, often represent some of the easiest, most cost-effective energy-saving opportunities available. Participants in the Interior Lighting Campaign are sharing their results and best practices after upgrading their lighting systems and achieving impressive results. These troffer retrofit case studies provide cross-sector solutions for retail, food service, commercial real estate, healthcare, higher education, and more.