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Active Emergency Management for Central Plants: U of Arizona Case Study

06-16-2017 11:28

Summary

In April 2015, the University of Arizona (UA) contracted with McKinstry to help their Facilities Management organization make an operational paradigm shift from theoretical to data driven decision-making by implementing an Active Energy Management Program. This program optimizes the CHW plant operations through a concerted deployment of monitoring-based technologies, data visualization and new operations practices. Savings within the first 3 months exceeded $500,000 in energy costs.

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Mark St. Onge, University of Arizona

Phillip Saieg, McKinstry



#Arizona #2017 #CampusEnergyConference #EnergyEfficiency #UniversityofArizona #NorthAmerica #ConferenceProceeding #Optimization #Operations #CampusEnergy #McKinstry

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Mark St. Onge, University of Arizona Phillip Saieg, McKinstry