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The Rose Building made several facility upgrades utilizing the City of Houston's Energy Efficiency Incentive Program to offset 20% of the project costs, including labor and equipment. These lighting, HVAC, and envelope improvements resulted in 23% annual energy savings.
In addition to improved occupant comfort, facility improvements to Will County's Sunny Hill Nursing Home included window and roof replacements, insulation, and LED installations and are expected to yield $71,000 in annual energy cost savings.
The HPAC is home to Chesapeake College’s flagship health programs in nursing, radiologic science, emergency medical services, physical therapy, and surgical technology. A solar installation and LED and HVAC upgrades saved this facility 51% in energy use.
Leaders at Hillcrest Hospital prioritized energy conservation initiatives and projects through a centralized action plan with engagement across all departments, saving 23% in energy usage and nearly $530,000 annually.
Managing building air systems is a balance of maintaining occupant health and comfort with energy efficiency. This session will present opportunities for increased fan energy savings and new standard operating sequences that optimize and maintain high performing air systems.
Learn how to increase energy efficiency while maintaining health and comfort, how to successfully navigate the current ASHRAE guidance, and get a sneak peek into the future of air changes based on Standard 170.
Learn how we can harness big data and a suite of new “Smart Building” technologies to transform the way buildings operate with the resulting energy savings of 1 Quadrillion Btu nation-wide at 100% adoption.
Cleveland Clinic's Twinsburg Family Health and Surgery Center implemented several low-cost and no-cost energy conservation measures to ensure the building met LEED Gold certification expected performance. The upgrades showed 36% energy savings and $246,000 in cost savings.
In a single summer, UW Health saved $9,000 on utilities and earned $22,000 in incentives by participating in a utility-led program that offered incentives for reducing peak energy usage coupled with free energy dashboards providing real-time energy usage data.
Mayo Clinic’s energy management guidelines include new construction and renovation energy use intensity targets using energy modeling and analysis, operations energy management strategies, and staff engagement procedures. Together these measures resulted in $4 million in total energy savings and a 20% total energy reduction.