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Water system design and retrofit for energy/cost effectiveness

Walter C. Stethem

Water system design and retrofit for energy/cost effectiveness

by Walter C. Stethem

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Published by American Society of Heating, Refrigerati .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Deals with designing energy efficient water-side HVAC systems, and evaluating retrofit proposals.

StatementStethem, Walter C.
SeriesASHRAE Professional Development Series
ContributionsMannion, Gerald F.
The Physical Object
Paginationlooseleaf. $150.00 C.1.
Number of Pages150
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17588679M

Photo 1: P&ID of a simple dry flue gas treatment Photo 2: P&ID of a dry flue gas treatment system with extra bag house Photo 3: P&ID of a dry and wet flue gas treatment system, with extra bag Dry and wet scrubbing. Scrubbing is flue gas treatment of poluted flue gases by chemical reaction, like gasses from incineration processes are chemically treated before. , sq-ft facility, $, cost to retrofit (before utility incentives) • Energy Savings: $42, per year - , kWh per year base load reduction, at $ per kWh.

Both use over 50 percent less water and 30 percent less energy than standard clothes washers—saving a typical household about $50 per year in energy costs. ENERGY STAR qualified clothes washers incorporate high-quality ® • A Complete Water Management System. control systems and demand control ventilation projects were complete. The $Mremaining energy efficiency measures are ongoing and dependant on tenant turnover/ refinishing schedules. Annual Energy Use: 88 kBtu/sf pre-retrofit; 60 kBtu/square foot projected Annual Energy Cost Savings: $ Million Retrofit Design Project Team.

One plan offered by the Recovery Though Retrofit program will be for communities to optionally finance major energy retrofits with public funds that you may choose to pay back with increased property taxes, which will stay with the house when it is sold to others. With this type of energy retrofit plan, your total annual utility bills plus property taxes should be reduced, and the entire. Retrofits typically reduce energy consumption by 10% to 20%; how-ever, the team was able to project condenser water system and chilled understand the cost-effectiveness of these measures over the term of their chillers. The chiller plant project will include the retrofit of fourFile Size: 4MB.


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Water system design and retrofit for energy/cost effectiveness by Walter C. Stethem Download PDF EPUB FB2

Both source energy use and life-cycle cost are accounted for in the optimization procedure to design or retrofit buildings. In addition to the optimization techniques, general guidelines are provided to select the most cost-effective energy efficiency measures suitable to improve the energy performance of residential and commercial buildings.

RETROFITTING PUBLIC BUILDINGS FOR ENERGY AND WATER EFFICIENCY | This project will engage with key stakeholders, including government departments, consultants and contractors, as.

Cost-effective novel solar water heating developments for retrofit applications Article in International Journal of Ambient Energy 30(4) June with 21 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Page 4 | Evaluation of an energy and water efficiency retrofit project in social housing lower than it had been during the same month in Average consumption per unit was kWh, compared with kWh in There is some tentative evidence of suppressed demand associated withFile Size: 1MB.

Cost-Effective Energy Efficient Building Retrofitting:Materials, Technologies, Optimization and Case Studies provides essential knowledge for civil engineers, architects, and other professionals working in the field of cost-effective energy efficient building retrofitting. The building sector is responsible for high energy consumption and its global demand is expected to grow as each day.

Cost Performance of Energy Efficiency Measures in Residential Retrofit Projects Cost Management / Sustainability methods for existing building systems adds to the complexity of developing high quality cost performance models within reasonable planning costs. Assessment Figure 2: Typical Energy Improvement Retrofit Process.

Overall, the total investment cost can be considered affordable and accounts for approximately €/m 2. Due to a reduction on the running cost, a lower global cost is also achieved. A mean energy savings of kWh/m 2 was achieved.

This means that in less than Cited by: 2. plant, along the treatment process and while distributing the water via the network. Energy efficiency may be achieved by improving the pump station design, system design, installation of Variable Speed Drives to pumps, and operating pumps efficiently.

Leakage reduction would bring to significant savings in power Size: KB. One of the most important gaps in the current literature is reliable and actionable cost and energy savings methods and data. The AERGs address this gap by providing very comprehensive analytical methods for calculating the cost-effectiveness of retrofit measures.

These methods are supplemented by examples using the Pres Commercial. Cost-effectiveness (payback period) Appliances. Dehumidifiers State and Local Climate and Energy Program Rules of Thumb.

Energy Savings or Energy: Generated. Cost Savings: Emission Reductions Small-scale CHP plant: installed cost of $/W for systems less than kW, and about $1/W for systems between MW and 5 MW. Installed. systematically addressing the requirements of energy performance in a time and cost effective manner.

Axiomatic Design approach is used to provide a tool to effectively assesse and identify the energy related components of the building [11]. ING Representing the system architecture of buildings using ADFile Size: KB. Current mainstream atmospheric gas storage and electric storage water heaters make it difficult to reach 50% savings goals.

opportunity for energy efficiency improvements in existing office buildings. A typical office building can cut energy use by up to 25% by implementing no and low cost measures and over 45% (including 25% EBCx savings) by pursuing deeper retrofit measures presented in this guide.

Performance contracting re-allocates money already being spent on utility (energy, water, etc.) and maintenance costs to pay for needed facility improvements without affecting your current year’s budget.

A typical performance contract can reduce utility and maintenance expenditures by as much as 35%. The system upgrade reduced backwash filter rates fromtogals per filter cell to 90, gals; a greater than 50% reduction in backwash water, reducing water waste and energy consumption.

Retrofitting homes is cost and energy efficient, says report. A report published earlier this year by the Technology Strategy Board looked at the results of the Retrofit for the Future competition, which was coordinated by the board and facilitated the retrofit of more than homes across the UK.

energy savings are on track to recover the retrofit costs of `5, ($99,). 3 Based on the electricity bill savings alone, the upgrade costs are expected to be paid.

Incorporating Energy Efficiency into Design of Water Facilities Presented by Stephen Laun, P.E. Agenda • Reduction of Energy o Electric Motors o Variable Frequency Drives o Pumps o Aeration Systems o Filtration, Disinfection, Building Systems • Renewable Energy.

Goals of Today’s Training • Oversized wiring can be cost effective to. Reduce Energy Use, And Save Water. By Ian Dempster, CEM From the June Issue.

M any facility managers do not know how much water is being wasted through their buildings’ HVAC systems. Fortunately, cutting this waste is a welcome byproduct of optimizing HVAC systems to reduce energy consumption and costs. Advanced Energy Retrofit Guide — K–12 Schools Project Team • Robert Hendron, Diwanshu Shekhar, Shanti Pless National Renewable Energy Laboratory • Ira Krepchin, Lee Hamilton, Anna Stephens E Source • Michael Bendewald, Elaine Gallagher Adams, Ellen Franconi, Coreina Chan, Roy Torbert, Kendra Tupper Rocky Mountain Institute.

Advanced Energy Retrofit Guide for Healthcare Facilities. Publication Date: September Resource Type: How-To Guide. Download. This guide was created to help healthcare facility decision-makers plan, design, and implement energy improvement projects in their facilities. It was designed with energy managers in mind, and presents practical.Our peer review slides from the DOE BTO Peer Review: .To reach optimum retrofit goals many factors must be considered.

Energy and water systems should be upgraded to minimize consumption. During the retrofit, evaluation of where the employees work must be made, and then the use the daylight, HVAC and lighting should be maximized based on the tasks and functions of the occupied space.