On September 23rd, the local chapters of the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) and the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) hosted the 2019 Minnesota Energy Expo at the Radisson Blu - Mall of America in Bloomington. 13 session speakers took the stage, including a few from 75F, to speak about energy best practices in commercial buildings and the future of building automation.
So grab a bag of popcorn, a notebook, and a pen, and enjoy a couple shortened versions of our sessions!
BAS Zone Commissioning: The Reserve, Co-working Space
When you’re selling a premium office space, the indoor environment is one of the biggest selling points. In order to deliver the optimal occupant experience, The Reserve, a premiere suburban co-working space, turned to a zone-focused HVAC and lighting solution with individualized controls. Learn how they were successful with this and how our IoT-based building automation solution is delivering the perfect indoor office experience.
Energy Benchmarking and Efficient HVAC Controls at HOM Furniture
HOM Furniture is one of the nation’s largest furniture retailers, with an average store size of 100,000+ sq ft. These retail environments are one or two-story buildings and operate seven days a week. After identifying energy as a top three operating expense ($227,967 annually), HOM proactively searched for ways to invest in cost-effective solutions to increase efficiency across their portfolio of stores. Learn how EnergyPrint’s energy benchmarking and our integrated suite of building automation controls have saved HOM’s Plymouth location over $45,625 in gas and electricity costs in the first 11 months, and has raised their Energy Star Rating from a 55 to a 74!
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