An Energy Management Program for Multi-story Office Buildings

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New York State Energy Office, 1978 - Office buildings - 60 pages

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Contents

WHERE THE ENERGY GOES
3
Why We Use Energy
6
The Seven Factors Which Affect Heating and Cooling
7
ORGANIZING YOUR ENERGY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
10
How to Measure Success
11
CONDUCTING AN ENERGY AUDIT
13
IDENTIFYING ENERGY CONSERVATION OPPORTUNITIES
14
Retrofit Opinions for Heating Systems
16
Remove Lamps or Fixtures
28
Use EnergyConserving Fluorescent Lamps
29
Use More Efficient Lighting Sources
30
Design Lighting For Specific Work Tasks
31
Options to Retrofit Cooling Systems
32
Replace Inefficient Air Conditioners
34
Install Temperature Controller and Sensor For Chilled Water
35
Convert Dual Duct System to Variable Volume System
36

Preheat Combustion Air
18
Replace Worn Boiler Controls
19
Install andor Replace Steam Traps
20
Options to Retrofit Ventilating Systems
22
Shut Down Air Distribution System
23
Install Automatic Thermostats
24
Install Energy Recovery Equipment
26
Options to Retrofit Lighting Systems
27
Control Elevator Operation
37
Correct Low Power Factor
38
Install Caulking and Weatherstripping
39
MONITORING AND MAINTAINING THE PROGRAM
41
APPENDIX A DEFINITIONS
43
APPENDIX B ENERGY MANAGEMENT FORM
45
DIRECTIONS FOR COMPLETING THE BUILDING INFORMATION FORM
54

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