Boyce Thompson Institute ECI Project Saves $80,000 and 113 Tons CO2 Annually

The energy conservation project at BTI addressed significant deferred maintenance...

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We upgraded and optimized the majority of the main air handlers for the building, with variable speed drives and new valves with modified ductwork to introduce return air thereby reducing energy consumption.

“The energy conservation project at BTI addressed significant deferred maintenance. The updated building control system reduced energy use while increasing occupant comfort. ”
Mark Howe, Campus Energy Manager, Energy and Sustainability

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