Commercial Chiller Plant Energy Savings in Vermont


Posted on Sunday 25th October 2020
Cooling Efficiency Software


Our GREENandSAVE Staff is always on the lookout for cost-effective energy savings to help business in Vermont become more sustainable. The Energy Intelligence Center has developed some excellent Chiller Plant Energy Savings ranging from 15% to 40% via their OptikW algorithmic software platform. The software solutions do not require new equipment and the compensation for the services is paved on the savings generated. This is a win/win for businesses and the environment.

Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Optimization are core strengths of the Energy Intelligence Center. As sensor and control technology continues to improve, their team has demonstrated proven results using their advanced logic that leverages ambient conditions like temperature, humidity, and dew point to optimize HVAC systems.

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For an example of other sustainability solutions in Vermont, see: 

The new offers are part of the three energy efficiency utilities’ (EEU) response to the economic downturn brought on by COVID-19. The EEUs made changes to prioritize offers that increase customers’ access to capital, help them avoid out-of-pocket expenses, and deliver substantial energy savings that put money back in their pockets. Program changes target the hardest hit customer segments, including low- and moderate-income Vermonters.

“Energy efficiency is a powerful way for customers to invest in themselves and the local economy. Efficiency projects make homes healthier and lower monthly energy costs for years to come,” said Efficiency Vermont Director Rebecca Foster. “Spending money on anything right now feels scary, but with the highest incentive we’ve ever offered for weatherization, and with the first six payments covered on a no-interest loan, now is the best time for Vermonters to make this investment and help local contractors get back to work.”

“The world we live in today is much different than it was just a few short months ago – and our commitment to keep energy services affordable and clean is now more important than ever,” said Neale Lunderville, VGS Chief Operating Officer. “VGS has a long-standing commitment to our customers and our communities, and we believe these additional incentives will help even more Vermonters save money, reduce their energy needs, and make their homes comfortable all year long.”

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