HVAC Cost Savings

A Pacific Northwest National Laboratory study found that U.S. commercial building owners could save between 28 and 67 percent on their heating and cooling bills if they added four efficiency controls to their packaged rooftop heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems, also known as HVACs. Estimated savings varied according to local climate and energy costs.

 

For more information, visit www.pnnl.gov/news.

 

Terms of Use: Our images are freely and publicly available for use with the credit line, "Courtesy of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory." Please use provided caption information for use in appropriate context.

  • Feonacy Tyson 2y

    This is a nice diagram showing exactly how proper energy efficient HVACs projects can save cost, I loved this photo.
    commercial hvac Annapolis
  • Shelly Slader 1y

    The most efficient way is to go without air conditioning. Our apartment right now doesn't have AC so we're learning to live with just the breeze to cool us off. I won't lie, though, I do miss AC. It gets a little hot sometimes and all I want to do is go swimming so I can cool off. Shelly Slader | www.arpis.com/
  • henrygerman401 6mo

    Thank you so much for ding the impressive job here, everyone will surely like your post.
    CH HVAC
  • Paul Bear 3mo

    It looks like the farther south a state is, the higher the savings. California and Florida are the only ones that get beyond fifty percent. Humidity combined with temperature might be the determining factor. www.arlingtonheating.com/services/heating-ac-repair.php
4,710 views
0 faves
4 comments
Taken on April 11, 2012
  • Show EXIF
This photo is in 1 album

Additional info

  • Viewing this photo Public
  • Safety level of this photo Safe
  • S Search
    Photo navigation
    < > Thumbnail navigation
    Z Zoom
    B Back to context