Merging HVAC and Lighting Control for Cost-Effective Green Buildings

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HVAC accounts for a significant portion of the energy consumption of commercial buildings. Building automation systems (BAS) allow for the remote control of HVAC, lighting and other applications, in turn maximizing occupant comfort while typically reducing energy consumption by 15-30% (it can go as high as 50%). However, there has been a traditional split in the BAS industry between HVAC and lighting controls, despite the fact that both types of equipment can be found next to each other in any room of any given building.

In this presentation, Louis-Nicolas Hamer, Vice-President, Product Strategy, SCL Elements Inc., will discuss new technology today that is bridging the gap between HVAC and lighting, providing better payback for energy efficiency projects. Join him in exploring this topic and engaging in a discussion surrounding the building industry.
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