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It is no secret that European countries have seen their grid pushed to the brink, often due to tough weather conditions or the war in Ukraine.
How the UK is lagging on heat pumps. Building research agency BRE proposes that the government needs to institute a 'National Retrofit strategy.'
Will lawmakers move forward with stricter standards to increase energy efficiency? Are passive homes and costly retrofits, one at a time, worth the investment?
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Con Edison's business customers have reduced their energy consumption by more than 1 million megawatt hours with nearly 49,000 projects and almost $238 million in incentives with the company's Small and Medium Business Program.
Thanks for sharing, Anne Marie. An analogy I learned from a fellow Energy Central member is that energy efficiency is like the vegetables of the clean energy transition. We all want to dive into the main course of renewable generation, but the energy efficiency side cannot be overlooked in helping that main course do its job.
What savings for industrial/commercial and institutional energy users are there (at low cost or no cost) to be captured using energy management "tools"?
(1) Up to 5% (2) From 5% to 10% (3) Above 10% (4) I don't know(more)
Hi Rafael, We developed energy optimization algorithms and tools and in my experience i've seen improvements (talkin about operative margins here) between 2% and 20% depending on the assets mix, the size of the application and the flexibility allowed to run everything (sometimes security contracts or other policies requires machines to be always ON reducing the flexiblity margin)
To be completely objective, the question is - “no cost/low cost” compared to what? Should you replace a 1.4 kW per ton cooling system for one that is 0.33 kW per ton; or replace a 70% efficient steam heating system with a new hydronic condensing boiler system that is 95% efficient? Much of the time the question is how much will it cost you if you don't?
Global problems such as extreme weather and wars are pushing all nations to the brink in terms of energy. As a result, all nations have to try new initiatives to save energy and practice load management overall.
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