Ongoing commissioning is not always about the Energy Savings

Since 2009 New York City has required commercial buildings larger than 50,000 ft2 to be retro-commissioned or ‘tuned-up’ every ten years based on the premise that a commissioned building is a more energy efficient building.

That’s true, a commissioned building is more efficient, but there is a lot more ‘value’ when looking at the big picture.

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Jefferson’s Building Commissioning Project with Cimetrics Analytika

The new issue of Currents – the energy conservation newsletter for Jefferson Health, outlines the Building Continuous Commissioning Project that began in 2013. Jefferson selected a team of recognized experts in continuous commissioning for the project including Cimetrics Analytika.

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Cimetrics Senior Analysts presentation at the 2018 I2SL Annual Conference

Our Senior Analysts – Lisa Zagura and Julianne Rhoads presented: “BE A BTU HUNTER: How Big Data Analytics Can Achieve Energy and OM Savings While Improving Productivity, Comfort, and Sustainability at Laboratory Facilities”.
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A hospital saves over a million dollars in annual energy costs while improving comfort, sustainability, and social responsibility in the community.

Overview

This Hospital* is located in the mid-Atlantic region of the United States. Hospital set a goal to reduce energy consumption and GHG emissions while maintaining a high level of air quality and patient comfort. To this end, Hospital was interested in implementing energy conservation measures and technologies, which help
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