Electricity use slashed by 57% with efficiency controls for heating, cooling

Courtesy of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
Courtesy of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Commercial buildings could cut their heating and cooling electricity use by an average of 57 percent with advanced energy-efficiency controls, according to a year-long trial of the controls at malls, grocery stores and other buildings across the country.

The study demonstrated higher energy savings than what was predicted in earlier computer simulations by the same researchers.

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