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75F Supports COP21 with UNEP Partnership

Nov 29, 2015 11:50:48 PM

UNEP-SBCI Partnership

As world leaders take a critical step over the next two weeks discussing plans to reduce global CO2 emissions at COP21 in Paris, 75F is jumping in to do our part. We are excited to announce our membership in UNEP-SBCI, a partnership of major public and private sector stakeholders in the building sector working to promote sustainable building policies and practices worldwide. Globally, buildings are responsible for 40% of annual energy consumption and up to 30% of all energy-related greenhouse gas emissions. In order to solve these challenges, we believe broader community collaboration is critical.

At 75F, we are addressing these issues from the bottom up by partnering with our clients to reduce carbon footprint one building at a time.  Our product saves energy and reduces greenhouse emissions and our clients have an opportunity to qualify for up to  38 LEEDv4 credits by implementing our solution. And we do this without sacrificing comfort and inconveniencing building occupants, which is a prominent barrier to adoption.

 

75F Delivers Comfort While Saving Energy

75F aims to usher in a fundamental paradigm shift for the HVAC market by introducing self learning optimal control systems that are proactive instead of reactive. Our technology is the only solution currently available in the market that solves our customers' key needs.

Approximately 95% of the buildings in the US use Constant Volume HVAC systems with rudimentary single thermostat temperature control. There are wide temperature imbalances within the building and most occupants are uncomfortable. Retrofitting them with an individual temperature control system is prohibitively expensive. We deliver comfort, save energy and lower overall installation cost.

The following represents the ways we increase occupant satisfaction and productivity while lowering carbon footprint:

  • Elimination of bypass dampers can represent up to 27% in energy savings. In fact, California has banned the use of bypass dampers as of 2014. 
  • Outside Air Optimizer suite of products coupled with variable speed fan support can save up to 35% in energy. CLICK HERE to read how. 
  • Occupancy scheduling and detection saves energy by only using the system where and when it is needed. CLICK HERE to learn more about our external calendar feature. 

Let’s partner together to create a more sustainable world. Contact us to learn more about how we deliver comfort while lowering your carbon footprint.

Jane Kaster

Written by Jane Kaster

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