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.
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.
Municipal Government Facilities
Municipal governments oversee large and small administrative buildings, libraries, indoor and outdoor recreation centers, schools, and wastewater treatment facilities. Learn how these buildings use energy and how they can be more efficient.
Large office buildings (those over 100,000 square feet) spend nearly 29% of their operating expenses on utilities, mostly electricity and natural gas. Learn about some great short- and long-term measures that can help large office buildings save energy and boost their bottom line.
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.
Minimizing rooftop heat gain using a light-colored “cool” roof can be a cost-effective and low-risk way to reduce cooling loads and peak demand. Learn more about the different options available.
Energy comprises as much as 10 to 15 percent of an average airport's operating budget annually. Energy-efficiency measures can also cut operating costs, and some are cheap or free to implement.