“Small and midsize offices”
A State Office Building Upgrades to Zero Net Energy
Chicago Office Renovates, Saves 44% of Energy Use
This E Source case study from the office buildings sector was created for the Business Energy Advisor.
Refrigerated vending machines are energy hogs and can cost owners over $400 per year. Fortunately, it’s possible to reduce this energy waste by choosing new efficient models or adding controls. This article explains what options are available to you and how to make the best choice.
Underfloor Air Systems
Underfloor air systems are growing in popularity in North America, and potential benefits are numerous: improved thermal comfort, enhanced indoor air quality, reduced energy use, and improved flexibility for office moves. Find out more about this approach and see if it makes sense for your building.
Small and Midsize Offices
Small and midsize office buildings in the US (those under 100,000 square feet) use an average of 15 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity and 38 cubic feet of natural gas per square foot annually.
Reciprocating Engine Generators
Reciprocating engine generators are frequently used as a backup power source to avoid peak demand charges, provide power during outages, and improve power quality during times of grid instability. Learn about the factors to consider when purchasing this technology.
Occupancy sensors have the potential to cut energy consumption by reducing the operating time and output of lighting systems, but a wide variety of issues need to be considered in order to achieve persistent savings. Learn about the factors you need to know before installing an occupancy sensor.
Lighting controls are primarily used to turn lights off when they are not needed or dim them so that they produce no more light than necessary. Learn about the various options so you can choose the right system for your application.
Full-Size Fluorescent Lamps
Confused about how to identify and understand the differences between all the available fluorescent lamps on the market today? Learn to make sense of the confusion and determine which lamp best fits your application.