• How recommissioning saves energy in buildings

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Through a recommissioning project, building owners can reduce energy costs by 5 to 15%.

5-step approach cuts energy costs, increases building efficiency

Recommissioning can fine-tune infrastructure and operations and can yield a high-performing building, with savings of 5 to 15% in energy costs. While the most direct benefit of recommissioning is reduced energy cost, building owners can gain other financial benefits from the process, which include:

  • Identification of system operation, control, and maintenance problems 
  • Assistance in long-term planning and major maintenance budgeting 
  • Reduced energy waste and validation of energy-consuming equipment efficiency 
  • Reduced maintenance costs and premature equipment failure 
  • Improved documentation, which expedites troubleshooting and reduces maintenance cost 
  • Reduced operational risk of the building 
  • Improved training, which increases staff skill levels and ability to better serve customers or tenants

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