Reducing Commercial Building Energy Drift

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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 ...

Higher Education Energy Efficiency

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The higher education sector consists of over 4,000 private and public colleges, educating more than 20 million students annually. Colleges and universities have the power to strengthen local communities and economies by teaching both older and younger generations valuable marketable skills; fostering values, morals, and civic traits; introducing career opportunities, ...