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Thursday, December 20, 2018

Energy Consumption Characteristics of Commercial Building HVAC Systems Volume III: Energy Savings Potential


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Description
This report is the third volume of a three-volume set of reports on energy consumption in commercial building HVAC systems in the U.S. The first volume focuses on energy use for generation of heating and cooling, i.e. in equipment such as boilers and furnaces for heating and chillers and packaged air-conditioning units for cooling. The second volume focused on “parasitic” energy use or the energy required to distribute heating and cooling within a building, reject to the environment the heat discharged by cooling systems, and move air for ventilation purposes. This third volume addresses opportunities for energy savings in commercial building HVAC systems, specifically technology options and their technical energy savings potential, current and future economic suitability, and the barriers preventing widespread deployment of each technology in commercial building HVAC systems.

Content:-
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
2. INTRODUCTION
3. ENERGY SAVING TECHNOLOGY SELECTION PROCESS
4. THE 15 TECHNOLOGY OPTIONS SELECTED FOR MORE REFINED STUDY
5. CONCLUSIONS
REFERENCES 
APPENDIX A: DATA SHEETS FOR 40 TECHNOLOGIES STUDIED IN MORE DETAIL
APPENDIX B: THE ORIGINAL LIST OF 175 OPTIONS

Author Details
Prepared by:1. "Kurt W. Roth"
2. "Detlef Westphalen"
3. "John Dieckmann"
4. "Sephir D. Hamilton"
5. "William Goetzler"



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