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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Cimetrics presenting at 2019 AEE World Energy Conference and Expo

We are excited that our senior analyst Julianne Rhoads, CEM, will be presenting at the 2019 AEE World Energy Conference and Expo, being held September 25-27, 2019 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC.

TURN YOUR DATA INTO A CRYSTAL BALL: How Big Data Analytics can Target Energy Savings Opportunities as well as Predict Impending System Failures to Achieve Improved Energy Efficiency, Comfort and Sustainability.

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Webinar – Be a Btu Hunter: Use Data Analytics to Achieve Energy Saving

Are you looking to move beyond reactive maintenance and save energy by detecting system performance issues in your lab? A new webinar will help you use big data analysis to increase sustainability and comfort in your building. Lisa Zagura and Julianne Rhoads, senior analysts at Cimetrics, will detail a strategic approach to achieve energy savings and to prevent or mitigate large-scale operational issues.

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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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