Hudson High School, Hudson City Schools
Enhanced Controls Take Comfort to New Heights
Hudson City Schools' administration was shocked to discover that their high school, occupied in 1992, already had serious comfort issues related to failing equipment. CCG Automation's project included a new building automation system, which has restored comfort to the building, increased energy savings and reduced maintenance complaints.
There's no need to sacrifice comfort to save energy. Your building can be comfortable and energy efficient.
Reduced energy costs to $0.67 per square foot
Energy consumption reduced to 36,625 BTUs per square foot
Projected annual energy savings of $8,031
Actual annual energy savings of $27,187
Saving exceeded projection by $19,156
Building is ENERGY STAR Certified with a rating of 92
With its investment in upgraded controls, over the life of the building Hudson City Schools will save more than$5.69 million in utility costs*
*Allowing for a 5 percent utility inflation.
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