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Realcomm.2011 Title: Opening Remarks Track: Energy Innovation Summit Presented by: Marc Petock Vice President Global Marketing and Communications, Tridium June 15, 2011. What is an Intelligent Building?.
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“A building that uses technology and processes that make a better building – one that uses less energy, has lower operating costs, is safer, contributes to a better environment, provides significant ROI to owners and delivers value to multiple stakeholders.”
Open Systems have changed the way we manage, operate and inhabit our buildings
Today’s facilities executive want to purchase systems and components from various manufacturers and have them work together as one system. They want “open systems” that deliver value without locking themselves into a single vendor’s proprietary protocol.
Technology is here and proven
Acceleration continues – not fast enough
Companies are thinking bigger and longer term about sustainability and energy
Leaders are incorporating sustainability and energy visions into their overall corporate missions; more are reporting is
Not the domain of just one, but many
(IT, Finance, Operations, Facility Management, Marketing, etc)
Over 100 million square feet of space in need of being ‘Intelligent’ right now!
Represents in excess of $54 billion in annual savings
Increase Government Requirements
Paybacks: 3-6 months (energy savings) more extensive such as commissioning, equipment performance, etc. 1 year
Open - Break the sole-source lock, enable competitive bidding and allow best-in-breed product selection
Energy efficiency and sustainability as top corporate imperatives
Move to the C-Suite
CIOs – Integrate systems and get data using existing IT infrastructure
Thinking of the whole building as a system and the equipment running it as assets
Building owners and managers seeking ways to reduce operating costs and increase the uniqueness of their buildings
Fewer resources with more to manage
Want uniqueness in buildings
An energy-efficient building that can promise lower energy bills is one method of drawing interest in a property
Due their part in corporate social responsibility
A dramatic rise in company’s adding sustainability goals as part of their business objectives and reporting
Environmental stewardship is seen as a way to enhance the company’s brand and overall image
TIAA-CREF cut the energy used in its holdings by more than 10% between 2007 and 2010, saving $12.5 million per year
Jones Lang LaSalle last year cut its costs by $128 million and is on pace to match or exceed that number this year
Pension & Investments Magazine
O&M 7% to 28%
Controls 7% to 23%
Lighting 6% to 25%
Equipment 3% to 15%
Behavior 3% to 15%
…believe in hard savings of 15% to 60%
$3.1 million in operational and energy savings
28% reduction in energy; savings of $283,000
Savings and reduced expenses in excess of several million
33% reduction in energy costs
$15 million in reduced operation costs annually
Over $8 million in reduced operating and energy costs