The New “Green” Shows Real ROI in Facilities
Green tech has a clear ROI. Three case studies showcase facilities that are meeting stringent LEED certifications while using new as well as tried-and-true technologies.
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Download this TechDecisions Special Report on “The New Green,” and learn from three high-profile case studies what you can do to save money now and realize a clear ROI by using green technologies.
Being environmentally green in your facility can directly correspond with energy savings, which translate into a great deal of money in the form of a return on investment.
Employing simple occupancy and vacancy sensors and temperature controls, to using more sophisticated daylight harvesting techniques and control and automation systems, these three facilities are a tribute to all shades of green.
1: The Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Northeastern Pennsylvania facility on Lehigh University’s Mountaintop Campus has won numerous awards and has become a regional standard for sustainable design.
2: Responsible for the creation of the LEED green building certification program, the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) applied its own LEED standards to the completion of its new Washington D.C. digs.
3: “The world’s most famous office building,” more commonly known as the Empire State Building is saving millions per year by using energy and lighting controls and has achieved Energy Star 90 and LEED EBOM Gold ratings.
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The November-December 2017 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers a review of the 49 New Product Award entries this year, as well as those entries up for Solomon Awards in 2017.
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