Telkonet Inc. announced that its Telkonet SmartEnergy™ (TSE) energy management system has been selected for installation in over 3,000 units of an East Coast military base’s housing. Telkonet said it was chosen because of the energy savings achievable with its SS1107 line, a versatile system for older PTAC units.
According to the HVACR engineers responsible for cooling operations at Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU), DOWTHERM™ SR-1 Heat Transfer Fluid is making “green sense” at the university, allowing FGCU to not only reduce its carbon footprint, but also save money.
Dina’s Interiors & Leather offers some of the finest upscale and custom furniture in New Jersey. Spotlights flood its large floor space with light, showcasing the store’s array of furniture, but the owners are no longer worried about their power bill. That’s due to the state-of-the-art photovoltaic (PV) system on the roof.
U.S. Energy Group completed USE-Analysis Case Study #241, an analysis of a 39-building portfolio. After conducting its fuel consumption study, the company installed a USE Controller™ Energy Management System (EMS) into each building, and the total amount of fuel use was reduced by over 16 percent.
Cisco Systems achieved an estimated saving of $120,000 per year in energy costs via simulation of a data center. Simulation results were used to guide the placement of floor grilles and blanking panels that lowered IT equipment inlet temperatures, making it possible to raise the chilled water set point by 8°F.
Lone Star College System in Texas is updating facilities across eight campuses to be more comfortable, safe, and sustainable for students, staff, and visitors. Johnson Controls is overseeing the energy savings program that is projected to save more than $65 million in energy costs over the next 20 years.
Advanced Telemetry, developer of the EcoView™ smart energy and resource management system for business and residential applications, announced that Cotti Foods Corp., one of the nation’s largest Taco Bell franchisees, is deploying the EcoView Commercial system in all of its 50-plus Southern California locations.
Historically, the two predominant motor types in the HVAC industry have been permanent split capacitor (PSC) single-speed motors and 2.3 electronically commutated motors (ECMs) with variable-speed capability. A third motor type, constant torque motor technology, is quickly becoming popular.
When FEA Consulting Engineers began work on a $60 million expansion to a state-of-the-art concert venue in Las Vegas and was deciding on the right airside system to keep the top-notch talent comfortable, the firm turned to Mechanical Products Nevada Inc. and to Fanwall Technology® by Huntair Inc.
SSHC, Inc. announced that the new Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston has installed the company’s ENERJOY® Radiant Heatmodules to prevent condensation issues. The radiant panels are installed near the skylights of the museum and work with a control system that senses condensation.