For years now, building owners have been keenly aware of their peak consumption of electricity and have been rewarded for monitoring use by substantially lower utility bills. Electricity has been the focal point for most energy efficiency upgrades of the past 20 years due to its clean, manageable and accessible nature while it’s messy, little brother Steam has been left out of the green equation.
As energy costs have multiplied in recent years, all utilities have come under greater scrutiny because of their larger position on the balance sheet. Common sense tells us that we can’t afford to exclude new technology in the management of steam systems if we are to continue to increase efficiency. EnergyStar & LEED points can be affected significantly by implementing these ideas, especially for those facilities with large, complex steam systems.
Steam System Audits
Energy Monitoring and Metering
High Pressure Steam Trap Monitoring
Digital PRV Control Upgrade