Save energy and money through retrocommissioning
Most people understand the importance of having regular tune-ups for their cars, yet most buildings are seldom checked to ensure smooth and efficient operation. This can lead to uncomfortable occupants, as well as higher energy bills and maintenance costs.
Retrocommissioning is a great opportunity for facilities of any size to assess and improve their energy performance. Retrocommissioning projects usually consist of three project phases: planning, implementation and verification. Facilities that undergo retrocommissioning projects can save substantial energy and money in their buildings. Efficiency Works can provide recommendations for low and no-cost improvements to be made to your building's energy systems, usually with a simple payback of under 2 years.
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- Retrocommissioning is the term for applying the commissioning process to a building that has been commissioned previously (either during construction or as an existing building).