Helping Smaller Buildings Retrocommission
Scientists at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory are developing a â€śRetrocommissioning Sensor Suitcaseâ€ť to help small and medium sized buildings reap the energy savings of retrocommissioning, which only large buildings have traditionally been able to afford.
Fine tuning of building systems, known as retrocommissioning, can save as much as 15 percent of a buildingâ€™s annual energy use and pay for itself in less than a year, according to Berkeley Lab.
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