Inspired TEC is proud to partner with OnSite Utility Services Capital for this service.
Commercial buildings in the United States spend more than $180 billion each year on energy – and HVAC systems account for more than 40% of that total energy consumption.
We combine proven hardware, advanced analytic software and expert support to deliver sustainable energy savings from your HVAC system that you can consistently track and measure.
A building’s HVAC system has power requirements that make up a large amount of the building’s energy consumption. And the key to HVAC optimization starts with the operation of the chillers and chilled water pumps.
Lower Electricity and Maintenance Costs
Advanced chiller optimization is commonly recognized as a proven and reliable way for buildings and facilities to reduce the amount of money you are paying to run and operate your HVAC and refrigeration systems.
Most existing systems waste money cooling a building (as much as one out of every three dollars spent). Chiller optimization can remove that inefficiency, increasing system capacity and delivering long-term energy savings.
Clients typically see electric savings from 10% to 40%, and wear and tear on chiller equipment – motors, pumps, compressors, fans – are dramatically reduced, extending their lifespan.
Improved Occupant Comfort
Buildings and facilities of all sizes are under pressure to keep energy costs low while still delivering occupant comfort.
Advanced chiller optimization allows building and facility operators to regulate and maintain the right temperature with incredible precision. In some cases, clients have reported as high as a 90% reduction in comfort complaints.
And with the decrease in hot and cold calls, building and facility support staff have more time available for preventative maintenance activities.
Advanced chiller optimization has been a sensible and proven path to helping our clients achieve their environmental objectives – not only through reductions in energy consumption, but with the capacity to effectively measure and track energy consumption trends and proactively anticipated potential demand requirements.