Energy costs for some warehouses are more than 10% of their annual revenue. Warehouse operators can take advantage of many methods to reduce energy bills through improving efficiency in their facilities.
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Tankless water heaters provide hot water without using a storage tank, resulting in higher efficiencies, smaller footprints, and higher life expectancies. Learn more about the benefits and drawbacks of this approach to water heating, and see if it makes sense for your building.
Residential boilers offer commercial building owners comparable efficiency at a lower cost than commercial boilers, and their relatively small size makes it easy to move them in and out of buildings. Find out whether a residential boiler is right for your building.
Reducing energy consumption is one way to improve both the profitability and the value of any property, and there are plenty of opportunities for property managers to reduce energy consumption and improve the bottom line for their properties and clients.
Hotels and motels don’t use as much energy as hospitals and data centers, but they do use more than educational and residential facilities. Many efficiency strategies, such as hotel room automation, offer the opportunity for cost savings and increased profitability.
By pulling heat from the surrounding air, heat pump water heaters can more than halve your water heating costs. This article explains what you need to know about this energy-efficient technology and how to make the best choice when considering a new purchase.
On a life-cycle basis, gas-fired tank water heaters are typically the least expensive means of heating water. Learn more about the different options available, and find out how to reduce energy use and maximize cost-effectiveness when considering a new or retrofit purchase.
Despite being expensive to operate, many facilities install electric water heaters for their low initial costs and ease of installation. Find out what energy-efficient measures and alternatives are available to help mitigate the high costs associated with electric water heating.
Dry cleaners work long hours for slim profits, and owners are highly receptive to energy-efficient strategies that increase the bottom line, many of which are free, cost very little, or pay back quickly.
Commercial kitchens are intense energy users, consuming as much as three times more energy per square foot than most other types of commercial buildings. Upgrading equipment to be more energy efficient can increase your bottom line while also providing a number of significant non-energy benefits.