Georgia Tech OptiCx dashboard The Georgia Institute of Technology
Georgia Tech’s plant operator can view about 200 different control screens that enable him to adjust the parameters of the OptimumLOOP controls or drill down for manual control of both chiller plants if necessary.

Optimal Air

HVAC optimization enables schools to cut their energy costs and carbon footprint without compromising comfort.

Heating, ventilation and air conditioning accounts for about 37 percent of electricity use in U.S. educational facilities, according to U.S. Energy Information Administration data. That makes HVAC systems ripe for optimization: Schools and universities that upgrade their systems to run at peak efficiency can save hundreds of thousands, even a million dollars or more, on annual energy bills.

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