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December 2015 Monthly Meeting

  • December 16, 2015
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Doubletree Hotel Carrier Circle (6301 State Route 298, East Syracuse, New York, 13057)

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Date:                     Wed. December 16, 2015

Time:                     5:30-8:00 PM 

(5:30 PM Cocktails, 6:00 PM Food Service)

Location:              Doubletree Hotel Carrier Circle (6301 State Route 298, East Syracuse, New York, 13057)

Presenter:          Gordon Sharp – Aircuity (ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer)

Program:             Healthy, Airside Solutions to Significantly Reduce Your Building’s Energy & Carbon Footprint (ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer)

Membership Promotion Night 

PDH:                      1 PDH

 

Healthy, Airside Solutions to Significantly Reduce Your Building’s Energy & Carbon Footprint

 

In the face of significant energy costs and concerns over global warming, buildings are receiving increasing scrutiny to reduce their carbon footprint and cut their energy expenses. For many buildings outside air is the largest single driver of both energy efficiency and indoor environmental quality.  Demand control ventilation has attempted to reduce energy expenses by controlling outside air but the actual results over time have been mixed at best. This talk will discuss and provide case studies of both commercial and laboratory buildings with a more energy efficient and healthier variation on demand control ventilation.  A more cost effective and accurate sensing approach for implementing Demand Control Ventilation known as multiplexed or centralized sensing will also be discussed.



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