A cost-effective route to energy efficiencyDiscover a new path to becoming more energy efficient by upgrading infrastructure quickly and cost-effectively, and avoiding upfront investment.
- LED Lighting
Continuous technological improvements over the last decade have made LEDs increasingly affordable and efficient — with LED investments often becoming cash flow-positive in a short amount of time. There is also the potential for indoor LEDs to offer savings of up to 43% over their lifetime, with networked lighting controls providing an additional 25% in lifetime savings potential.2
- Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Systems
There are a range of HVAC technologies available, which can be installed in existing buildings either as individual components or as comprehensive systems. As a simple benchmark, ENERGY STAR estimates that replacing 10+ year-old heat pumps or air conditioners with certified efficient models saves up to 20% on heating and cooling, while replacing 15+ year-old furnaces or heat pumps can save up to 15%.3
For cold chain businesses, refrigeration is often the single largest driver of energy consumption, accounting for 11% of all energy use in commercial buildings nationwide.4 Even the low-tech features of an upgrade in this area, such as open-door alerts, can have a significant impact on the bottom line by preventing energy waste and food or material spoilage.
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