Learn how an innovative energy manager uses Events2HVAC to automate demand response across 24 schools.
Two new features of Events2HVAC (v.1.5 and higher) permit users to automate switching between Events2HVAC schedules and backup building schedules in case of lost communication from the server.
Would you like to keep HVAC equipment from cycling off when there is a short amount of time between events? Or schedule it to come on for the first scheduled event of the day and turn off after the last event of the day? You can do these things and more with EventsHVAC.
No one knows your facility better than you. So when you work with an energy service company (ESCO) to improve efficiency, you must tell them what your facility needs.
A new Events2HVAC feature allows users to return HVAC equipment to unoccupied settings a specific number of minutes before the end of each event to "coast" through the end and save energy. You can’t do that with occupancy sensors!
Finding funds for energy efficiency projects can be challenging. Here are seven strategies you can use to get your project done!
No, this post is not about breakfast. It's about a great new tool non-profit institutions can use to manage, track and compare energy efficiency projects. Check it out!
Convincing administrators and executives to fund energy efficiency projects can be a challenge for any facility or energy manager. But if you can present your case for Events2HVAC in the financial language that they understand, you will be one step closer to success. This article introduces a tool that will help you do just that: the Building Upgrade Value Calculator.
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