Boosts energy efficiency and reduces costs in commercial buildings
April 7, 2017
By cleaning and recycling the indoor air instead of constantly replacing it with outside air, enVerid’s HLR system decreases the outside air intake required to ventilate a building by 60-80 percent and also reduces peak HVAC capacity, resulting in up to 40 percent lower utility demand charges. Moreover, with HLR technology, buildings can invest in lower-capacity and less expensive HVAC systems and benefit from decreased maintenance costs and extended life of existing equipment.
Automation and control technologies are directed by sophisticated software analytics and services
October 14, 2016
A new white paper from Navigant Research analyzes survey results from 202 respondents on the proliferation of energy efficient and intelligent building technologies in the commercial segment, providing insight into the customer point of view.
Projects Will Demonstrate Approaches for Improving Building Energy Use by up to 50 Percent
May 14, 2015
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced nearly $6 million in funding to accelerate energy efficiency in offices, schools, stores, and other buildings to help businesses and communities save money, create jobs, and reduce pollution.
The Smart Buildings Center (SBC) has announced a new initiative to help launch smart building and energy efficiency technologies in the Pacific Northwest. The SBC will work with companies to match cutting-edge technologies with buildings that are a good fit for initial product deployment and testing.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced the availability of $9 million in funding to encourage investments in energy-saving technologies that can be tested and deployed in offices, shops, restaurants, hospitals, hotels, and other types of commercial buildings.
Seven Projects to Improve HVAC, Water Heating, Sensors and Controls, and Building Energy Modeling
July 31, 2014
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced up to $14 million in funding for research and development projects that support the advancement of early-stage, breakthrough energy efficiency technologies for buildings and homes.
With Such Technologies, Annual Energy Consumption of Buildings Could Be Reduced by 6 Quads
March 18, 2014
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced a $10 million funding opportunity to help demonstrate and deploy energy efficiency technologies for commercial buildings, including projects that will bring next generation building systems and components to a broader market faster.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation has inaugurated a new 250-kilowatt solar photovoltaic (PV) power system donated by First Solar Inc., which will help power the historic Taliesin West campus. The commissioning marks the successful completion of the first phase of the Energizing Taliesin West™ initiative.