Reducing Commercial Building Energy Drift

energy drift
Energy drift is the gradual decrease in energy performance and efficiency of your building's mechanical systems, such as lighting, HVAC, boilers, chillers, rooftop units, and others. According to research from Texas A&M and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (NBNL), energy drift can account for a decrease of system efficiency between ...

Optimizing Chiller Efficiency With Variable Frequency Drives

chiller efficiency
Chillers represent the single largest energy consuming piece of equipment within most mid-size to large commercial, industrial, and institutional facilities. On average, commercial chillers can account for 35-50 percent of a building's annual electricity use.  Chillers usually have a lifespan of about 15-20 years and can weigh anywhere from 20 ...

Patient Satisfaction and Profitability

patient satisfaction
Managing costs while improving value-based care continues to be a challenge for the healthcare industry. Value-based care, an initiative to provide only the care and services that patients want and need, derived from the initiative to improve the patient experience. Improving the patient experience consists of many variables, including the ...