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Energy Efficiency Should Not Compromise Occupant Satisfaction

In this video from NFMT 2011: Joe Watson, senior project engineer with E3 Designs and the Watson Group, says improving energy efficiency does not have to negatively impact occupant comfort.

Part 1: What is the Cost and ROI of Recommissioning?

Part 2: Recommissioning Benefits: Improved IAQ, Equipment Performance

Part 3: What is the Difference Between Recommissioning and Retrocommissioning?

Part 4: Energy Efficiency Should Not Compromise Occupant Satisfaction

Part 5: Energy-Efficiency Tip: How to Reset Chilled-Water Temperatures

Part 6: Chillers: How to Lower Condenser-Water Temperatures

Part 7: What's Included in Retrocommissioning and Recommissioning Studies?

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posted:  5/12/2011