Williams Dinning Hall Retrocommissioning
Retrocommissioningis the process of the commissioning an existing building. This process seeks to improve how building equipment and systems function together. Depending on the age of the building, retrocommissioning can often resolve problems that have occurred during design or construction, or address problems that have developed throughout the building's life. Overall, retrocommissioning improves a building's operations and maintenance in efforts to enhance the overall building performance.
Williams Dinning Hall's retrocommissioning is projected to save 360,273kwh, and 20,086 therms annually. These savings will result in a annual utility savings of $33,668 as seen below.
|Scope||KWH||$||Therms||$||Total Savings ($)|
|Scheduling & Setback||252,244||$15,135||20,086||$12,052||$27,186|
|Condenser Water Reset||18,302||$1,098||-||-||$1,098|
|Chilled Water Reset||5,901||$354||-||-||$354|
Williams Dinning Hall Results
Energy Performance Contracting
Energy Performance Contracting is a turnkey service which provides customers with comprehensive energy conservation measures. It is accompanied with guarantees that the savings produced by a project will be sufficient to finance the full cost of the project. Currently, North Carolina A&T State University is undergoing two energy performance contracting.
The University is currently partnered with NORESCO to perform Energy Performance Contract on seventeen of our most energy consuming buildings on campus. The buildings that are included in this Performance Contract are: Campbell Hall, Carver Hall, Craig Hall, General Classroom, Gibbs Hall, Fort IRC, Marteena Hall, McNair Hall, Proctor Hall, New Science Building, Bluford Library, Corbett Sports Center, Dowdy Building, DeHuguley Building, DeHuguley Annex, T.E. Neal, and 1020 Wendover.
- $300K to $400K in annual utility savings
- 20 year contract term
- Total of 8% reduction in energy consumption
Scope of Work:
- Lighting Improvements
- Water Conservation
- Steam System Improvements
- Building Envelope Improvements
Johnson ControlsInc. (JCI)
The Board of Trustees on June 14, 2013 approved the use of JCI to perform the UNC wide lighting performance contract. The contract will involve the replacement of current less efficient lighting fixtures and lamps with newer fixtures and LED lights. This Performance Contract includes both appropriated and non-appropriated buildings campus wide excluding the buildings listed on the Noresco Performance Contract as mentioned above.
- $160K to $260K in annual utility savings
- Total of 5% reduction in energy consumption
- Contract term is 7 years