CCES managed and oversaw the village's effort to determine its carbon footprint. Prepared data collection sheets to determine energy usage and GHG emissions from businesses, government operations, and residents. Reviewed and upgraded data quality and oversaw calculation of baseline GHG emissions. Presented a town hall lecture on the benefits of being green and provided easy-to-implement tips to reduce energy use, GHG emissions, and save money.
- Village of Milltown, NJ
Village of Milltown, NJ
Saving 75% energy with MagFan - Case Study
Investing for the future PT Japfa Comfeed Indonesia, one of Southeast Asia’s leading and most progressive integrators, decided to invest in MagFanfor their new PS breeder farm in Central Java, Indonesia. The testing “The Danes told us a lot about the energy efficiency of these fans but we told them we wanted to test for ourselves before putting our name on a statement”, says R. Syaprudin, National Manager for Farm Technology & Environment Control Department in PT Japfa Comfeed Indonesia....
Evaporative cooling cuts energy costs
Commercial contractors utilize alternative technology in today’s buildings It is estimated that HVAC systems account for approximately 40 percent of the energy used in commercial buildings, which is why many building owners and managers are looking for ways to cut these costs. One way to do that may be to utilize evaporative cooling systems, which can be relatively inexpensive to purchase and often require much less energy than other forms of cooling. Evaporative cooling technology is already becoming...
Energy management for smart community
Under the project title “Smartes Yspertal” an energy management concept for municipal administration buildings was created in the 1,900 inhabitant community in Lower Austria. Savings potential and inefficiencies in public buildings are thus to be shown. Microtronics has equipped the buildings with data loggers of the type myDatalogNANOamr. The myDatalogNANOamr enables wireless meter reading from energy and water meters. The data are provided on the EN ISO 50001:2011 certified energy management...
Corporate sustainability: A guide to measuring and improving energy efficiencies
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Without Small Data, Big Data and Cloud-Based Software are Useless to HVAC Maintenance
Yes, the facility management industry has entered the age of ‘big data’ where extremely large data sets are being collected and analyzed to reveal patterns, trends, and associations, primarily between HVAC equipment and energy optimization. However, “Big Data” may be the most worn out catchphrase ever. When you think “big” you think Wall Street, the Pentagon, Silicon Valley. Places far and away from where you live and work, with needs far different from what you encounter in...