Emerson Hall Controls Energy Conservation Project Saves $54,000 and 107 Tons C02e Annually

Replaced outdated space and central system controls with new digital controls with occupancy sensors...

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Air flows and temperatures are now accurately controlled and minimized to reduce energy use and improve comfort and safety.

"Updating the building HVAC controls provides increased functionality as well as contributing to a reduction in energy use. "

Brian Flannigan, Facilities Manager, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

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