Energy Efficiency Upgrades Lead To Lower Emissions And Enhanced Work Environment
- Industry: Healthcare
- Solution Types: Lighting HVAC Data Analytics
- Annual Savings: $800,000
Higher education institutions are joining corporate and commercial users to meet net neutral energy goals.
More than one-quarter of global energy use is expended on food production and supply. These are also the largest consumers of water, requiring one hundred times more than is used for personal needs.
Worldwide, data centers consume roughly 1% of total electricity and some estimate that could reach 8% by 2030 without intervention.
Logistics is a sector that is difficult to abate and which factors into nearly everything. Research shows that consumers will pay more for sustainable practices.
The average hospital’s energy spend exceeds that of other types of buildings by a factor of 10.
Energy is the fourth largest in-store operating cost for American retailers. Decreasing energy costs by 20% can have the same bottom-line impact as a 5% sales increase.
Long operating hours and large facilities with high ceilings create unique energy efficiency challenges.