Christian Zollner, PhD Candidate in the Nakamura Group of UC Santa Barbara’s Solid State Lighting & Energy Electronics Center, discusses research on ultraviolet LED effectiveness in eliminating coronavirus from surfaces and, potentially, air and water.
Barry Abramson, PE, shares best practices, things to consider, and potential energy use and other system effects when installing MERV-13 filters in your building.
Watch this recording with Kelly Howard, Senior Safety Engineer, to learn about Cal/OSHA’s new guidance documentation designed to assist building operators and to support safe and clean environments for building occupants.
We can quantify the COVID-19 change in energy use vs. your building’s pre-outbreak pattern, across weekdays, weekends, and overall. Answer any “how much” questions with accurate percentage figures and kWh amounts.
By focusing on the most recent week of energy use, we can help you incorporate any near-term occupancy changes due to COVID-19. Given the rapidly shifting landscape, this method yields a best estimate that should help minimize future true-ups.
Now that shelter-in-place orders have settled in across the portfolio, review all of the data to identify buildings or submeters that haven’t kept pace with any new operating protocols.
If your building finds itself with fewer corrective measures streaming in from Occupants, you might see some time opening up to work on the asset & equipment list and refine preventive maintenance plans. We can help will with this.
A selection of financing options means many buildings have a number of options that won’t touch Asset’s capital while delivering high-ROI projects to boost building value and improve the built environment for your occupants.
Occupants at home? Now might be a good time to perform that long-awaited LED audit, or to upgrade those old RTU motors.