Here are some early energy-savings results from recent Events2HVAC implementations at University of Southern California and Penn State University.
Energy managers at Appalachian State University and Bucknell University are helping other universities save energy by sharing their Events2HVAC expertise.
Occupancy sensors are not a good solution for HVAC control in scheduled spaces. They are reactive not proactive, and reduce rather than increase facility managers' control of their buildings.
Most colleges and universities run HVAC on a daily building schedule, returning equipment to unoccupied settings only at night. These situations are ripe for savings with Events2HVAC.
Learn how an innovative energy manager uses Events2HVAC to automate demand response across 24 schools.
Events2HVAC has a new event provider for Rock RMS, enabling more churches to integrate room schedules to HVAC for energy and labor savings.
Events2HVAC can now send 24 hours of exception schedules to a BACnet schedule object rather than sending occupied/unoccupied commands to a BACnet binary value object.
For those who have been eagerly waiting (and everyone else), we have good news: Events2HVAC can now pull schedules from Ad Astra!
Events2HVAC now supports wired and wireless thermostats from Bryant, Carrier, ecobee, Founten, Honeywell, Network Thermostats, and Pelican Wireless Systems.
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