California Apartment Complex Saves 17.6% More than Title 24 Standard
This E Source case study from the multifamily residences sector was created for the Business Energy Advisor.
Window films are thin, transparent sheets that can reduce cooling loads, improve shatter resistance, block up to 99 percent of ultraviolet radiation, and reduce glare. This article describes the different options available, and explains how to make the best choice.
By heating objects directly, radiant heating can lead to energy savings because occupants usually feel comfortable at lower overall HVAC temperatures. This article discusses the various radiant heater configurations and performance so you can make the best choice for your application.
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.
Manufacturing processes use a great deal of energy but can benefit from energy-saving strategies. Learn how to create energy savings that can reduce costs while improving process reliability.
In a typical school building, space heating, cooling, and lighting together account for nearly 70% of school energy use. Plug loads (such as computers and copiers) constitute one of the top three electricity end uses, after lighting and cooling.
Insulation is an essential part of any building, reducing heating and cooling loads and fostering a comfortable environment. This article explains how insulation is rated, the differences between commonly used insulation materials, and how to make the best choices.
Hotels and Motels
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.