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nyc NYC Department of Education
While at the NYC Department of Education, we demonstrated new strategy concepts that had an electrical savings of approximately 20% on their HVAC. Before the advancements in LED technology, we were able to show how a school could save 15% on their lighting system.
U.S. Navy United States Navy
The U.S. Navy was able to save 25% on their electrical consumption based upon the needs of the staff entering and working in of their building.
Lilly Eli Lilly & Company
By upgrading from pneumatic controls to direct digital controls (DDC), we demonstrated to Eli Lilly & Company that newer technology can accomplish the same building temperature, humidity, and pressure requirements and consume approximately 25% less energy than before.
Mills General Mills
General Mills had an energy reduction initiative of 15%. Our control schemes that interacted with the production allowed them to achieve their goal and more. One campus had a designed 20% electrical reduction just by adding one differential pressure sensor and controlling a pump based on that sensor.
Airlines United Airlines
United Airlines has always been very aggressive in not wasting energy. When they opened up their Indianapolis Maintenance Center in 1994, we were given the challenge of reducing their energy consumption by 20% with a six-month ROI on any products purchased. With a brand new state-of-the-art facility, we were able to reduce their electrical consumption by 18% in just six months. We kept striving until we reached that goal of 20%.
Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis IUPUI
At IUPUI, we revamped the control strategies at the world famous Natatorium. This allowed more evenly tempered air; therefore, divers and swimmers had a more comfortable environment to compete in. Control strategies for energy reduction were implement in the library, keeping the paper in the books from discoloring.