Benefits of HVAC modifications

With more and more attention being paid to green technologies and green building, a heightened awareness has developed to the various benefits of building green. Going green addresses several of building owners' major concerns related to maintaining their buildings; namely energy conservation, indoor air quality, building asset value and impact on the environment.

Due to the well-documented benefits of building green, building owners are increasingly turning to energy-efficient heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.

The most modern HVAC system designs now provide higher energy efficiency, reduced carbon emissions, enhanced comfort and reduced first cost and operating expenses. Energy is the single largest operating expense in a typical commercial building, accounting for over $100 billion in expenses (US) for commercial buildings each year.

Furthermore, according to the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) heating, cooling and ventilation accounts for over half of commercial buildings' & apos; energy use and costs. Therefore, energy-efficient HVAC systems offer a significant potential to reduce energy expenses.

Even minor changes in conventional HVAC design yield substantial environmental and financial results over the lifetime of a building. An example of an INFINITEENERGY energy-efficient is the chilled-water system being used by building owners today. In accordance with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency & apos; "Responsible Use" policy, this system cost effectively drives energy efficiency to its highest levels, while driving emissions to their lowest levels. INFINITEENERGY systems are good for business, with returns typically over 33%, and responsible to the environment, with the ability to reduce millions of pounds of utility generated greenhouse gases emissions.

INFINITEENERGY systems employ a low flow, low temperature, high efficiency design to create an energy-efficient chiller-water system.
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