A smarter, more informed HVAC system will deliver the improvements in energy efficiency that you’re looking for.
There are also third party organizations that are aimed at incentivizing a more speedy transition towards sustainable energy solutions. LEED, 2030 Districts, and many others are examples of major initiatives that hope to make a positive impact. There are benefits for entities to fulfill the goals of these initiatives such as certification, tax credits, and enhanced public image.
A Solution that Works
Fortunately we can say that our solution will cut HVAC energy consumption by an average of 35% without the major sacrifice of user comfort.
In fact, users have reported greater comfort through the use of our system. It’s hard to find a solution for all of your concerns, but our technology will satisfy the constraints that matter: saving energy and maintaining a comfortable environment.
How to Save Energy
In recent years, the job of energy manager has become more prominent. Typically, this person is tasked with finding ways to reduce energy consumption and encourage more sustainable practices.
HVAC is the big, loud activity that consumes a whole lot of energy, so it’s important to find a way to take on this beast. The challenge is in doing this without sacrificing the main goal and purpose of HVAC: to keep users comfortable.
An effective HVAC system needs an awareness of occupancy and user comfort. Without this info, the system will be guessing for the correct level of conditioning.