June 16, 2016 | EnergyLink

Day: June 16, 2016

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How To Self-Assess Your Building’s Load Profile

Load Factor demonstrates the amount of energy usage in a period of time, versus if the facility was operating at its maximum peak over the entire period, showing the building’s variance in usage. Your electric bill consists of energy usage and demand charges, which help calculate the building’s load factor. Calculating the load factor requires actual …

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Property-Assessed Clean Energy Aids for Nonprofit

A set of synergies make PACE a good fit for the nonprofit sector. Nonprofits often have limited access to capital, aversion to debt, and unconventional cash flows. PACE can help engineer financially profitable retrofits for these properties. Urban Ingenuity is working on developing the PACE pipeline in the DC area and assisting with technical support …

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Maintain Your System & Ensure Energy Savings

Two of the most important things you can do for your system are making sure your system is running properly and maximizing your energy savings. In order to manage demand in a microgrid, each of its elements must belong to a system capable of performing specific and global control, with each layer having its own …

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