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Advanced Occupancy Sensing for Energy Efficiency in Office Buildings
Control systems for Heating, Ventilation and Air-conditioning (HVAC) in non-domestic buildings often operate to fixed schedules, assuming maximum occupancy during business hours. Since lower occupancies usually mean less ...
Novel instrumentation for monitoring after-hours electricity consumption of electrical equipment, and some potential savings from a switch-off campaign.
An increasing cause of electricity use and greenhouse gas emissions is from IT equipment such as computers, printers, and servers, with worldwide computer use increasing from 1000 million PCs in 2006, to 1400 million in ...
Improved occupancy monitoring in non-domestic buildings
Measuring occupancy can facilitate energy efficiency in non-domestic buildings, when control systems are able to adjust heating and cooling based on demand rather than fixed schedules. The variable “occupancy profile” ...