Emacx is excited to announce that we have been awarded funds from the Con Edison 2018 DMP Incentive Program for an demand side management installation at a major NYC hospital.Continue Reading →
The Association of Energy Engineers is pleased to notify that from the many nominations submitted to the AEE Awards Committee, Theo Breitenstein has been selected to receive the 2017 International Energy Engineer of the Year.
AEE confers prestigious awards each year to individuals and organizations that have achieved national and international prominence in promoting the practices and principles of energy engineering and energy management.
This award, recognizing Theo’s accomplishments in the energy industry will be presented at the AEE Award Banquet in ...Continue Reading →
|PROJECT TYPE||2018 CEILING INCENTIVE LEVELS|
|High Efficiency Electric Chiller/HVAC/BMS/Controls||$1,000/kW|
|Steam Turbine Chiller & Double Stage Absorption Chiller*||$1,000/kW|
|Single Stage Absorption Chiller*||$600/kW|
|Steam Turbine Chiller Control Panel for Improved Efficiency*||$500/kW|
*Use .55kW/ton factor to convert to $/ton
Round 1 – April 28, 2017
Round 2 – July 19, 2017
Due to an ever changing landscape in electrical consumption and load management, an existing customer (major hospital in NYC) has decided to revamp the entire Emacx intelligent Peak Load Conrol (iPLC) system to our new state of the art technology. Along with that project, we installed an additional 20 VFDs throughout their 3 major buildings. The simple payback for the entire installation and BMS integration was below one year. The associated kW reduction is over 800 kW.Continue Reading →
Our current customer of 2 years has decided that the savings at their current location in Manhattan has been so consistent that they signed a contract to install our system at another location in Westchester. This installation is complete and the building now has a carbon footprint reduction of 32,681 lbs. equal to 33,011 kWh savings.Continue Reading →
Emacx has been awarded yet another contract from one of the nation’s most comprehensive academic health care delivery systems. We have installed our system and 15 new VFDs in 8 buildings. They will have an estimated kWh savings of over 622,506 kWh and an estimated dollar savings of almost $230,000 yearly.Continue Reading →