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Whether implementing simple upgrades or whole system replacements, HVAC enhancements can improve occupant comfort and reduce energy costs.
Too hot, too cold or just right? With efficient heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), you don’t have to live with uncomfortable choices. Upgrading HVAC systems will help improve the comfort of everyone in your facility.
HVAC can account for up to a third of your building’s energy costs. Energy efficiency improvements will help control these costs, and you’ll be more comfortable with your bottom line.
HVAC systems are complex and have many interconnected parts. Upgrading and automating them gives greater control over the system. Those controls reduce energy costs and maintain a comfortable internal facility temperature. Your system also works best in a properly insulated building with minimal air leaks. And when a system is more than 15 years old, evaluating it for replacement makes strong fiscal sense.
Take advantage of cooler weather. Air-side economizers take in and filter outside air to cool your facility during the Summer, Spring and Fall. You can also go beyond common retrofits and upgrades by installing an water-side economizer to provide a free cooling option for water-cooled chillers in Winter months. Bottom line: you save!
Technological advancements in air-intake, temperature and occupancy controls give you greater command over your HVAC system. You’ll save energy and reduce maintenance costs.
*Estimated savings based on average retail price of $0.0895 per kWh
Head over to Business Types or Public Sector for energy-reducing ideas specific to your organization.
Email us at BusinessEE@ComEd.com or PublicSectorEE@ComEd.com
Call us at 1-855-433-2700 during normal business hours to speak with a ComEd Energy Efficiency Program representative.
The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program is funded in compliance with state law.
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