This summer, Cimetrics became part of the PECO Smart Ideas Trade Ally Program and became a PEPCO Approved Service Provider. Through these incentive programs, Cimetrics will be able to further support our mid-Atlantic clients’ energy reduction goals by minimizing the financial commitment required for the Analytika monitoring-based commissioning (MBCx) service and the implementations of the energy saving opportunities we identify.Continue reading “Analytika expands its partnerships with utility incentive programs to help our clients achieve energy-efficient building operation”
Updated September 2020
Workers in commercial buildings may be at risk for exposure to the virus that causes coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 is not yet fully understood, and as such, guidelines and recommendations on risk mitigation are constantly changing. Air distribution through HVAC systems may be a transmission vector of coronavirus.
Cimetrics developed this document to summarize current recommendations in the United States from ASHRAE and CDC related to air distribution systems, quantify the financial and operational impact of those recommendations, and demonstrate how building analytics can be used to facilitate decision-making and operational management. This document will be revised as recommendations are updated and new technology is developed and tested.Continue reading “Cimetrics Guidelines for COVID-19 Response”
NECEC, the Northeast Clean Energy Council, and NECEC Institute invite for a Virtual Clean Energy Day on Tuesday, June 30, bringing together clean energy business leaders with legislators and policymakers to discuss the most pressing energy and climate policy issues facing Massachusetts.
Also, this day Green Energy Consumer’s Alliance holds a webinar to learn how to purchase clean electricity in Massachusetts and make a difference in the way we source our electricity.Continue reading “Massachusetts Clean Energy Day June 30, 2020”
During these unprecedented circumstances, Cimetrics’ Analytika service continues to monitor our customer sites and support any changes to facility operations. Many facilities have reduced their on-site staff and eliminated non-essential maintenance, but Cimetrics will continue to be their watchdog for critical equipment faults. Cimetrics will also continue to monitor building spaces for unusual conditions that would normally be reported by the occupants.
Cimetrics offers the following suggestions to minimize energy use during this period of reduced occupancy:Continue reading “Monitoring-Based Commissioning during COVID-19”
This University (we will refer to it as “ILU”) is composed of more than 150 buildings. The campus includes classrooms, dormitories, laboratories, libraries, museums, arenas, and administrative offices. More than 7,000 students are currently enrolled.
ILU’s environmental sustainability goals include a holistic approach for research, education, and financial considerations while minimizing environmental impacts.
To this end, ILU was interested in implementing energy conservation measures and technologies, which help achieve the sustainability goals while taking into account ILU’s specific needs.