Energy Efficiency for End-Users. Greenhouse Gas Emissions. CSU Chancellors office coordinates the efforts to accomplish the goals established by Assembly Bill 32 for green house gas reduction.
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Monitoring-Based Commissioning (MBCx)
Data is captured at the meter and behind the meter, then EnerNOC’s software continuously looks for equipment-level savings opportunities.
and delivered in detailed energy dashboards and scorecards with savings recommendations
Thousands of data points from throughout the facility
are collected and analyzed by EnerNOC
154,967 square‐foot building, estimated savings of 10% electricity and 15% for Heating Hot Water (in therms) using MBCx
71,300 square‐foot building, estimated savings of 10% electricity, and 15% for heating hot water(in therms) using MBCx program.
200,530 square‐foot building, estimated savings of 11% electricity, 11% for Chilled Water, and 23% for heating hot water (in therms) using MBCx program.
*Kellogg Library lighting retrofit increased heating loads during program