Installation is in progress at a 17-floor NYC commercial building owned by the world’s largest local philanthropy. This project is estimated to save 100 kW.Continue Reading →
Emacx has installed its iPLC system along with multiple VFDs in a 15-story office building in midtown Manhattan.
The resulting carbon foot print reduction is over 715,000 lbs. This energy conservation measure (ECM) will drive cost avoidance, generate DR revenue and helps the building owner to achieve its LEED designation.
A luxury hotel in Manhattan has signed a contract with Emacx to install our iPLC System.
The demand reduction to this 239 room, 270,000 sq. ft. hotel is 80 kW. The associated kWh savings are over 37,000 kWh resulting in more than 36,000 lbs. of carbon footprint reduction per year.
Saint Peter’s University Hosts Official Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Green Energy Command Center
The ceremony for the Green Energy Command Center at Saint Peter’s University in Jersey City was held on Wednesday, February 20, 2013. The Green Energy Command Center will track energy production and consumption of the university’s solar panels and co-generation plant, as well as, peak load control. Please click the links below to view the articles regarding the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Green Energy Command ...
Completion of the Extensive Energy Reduction Program at Saint Peter’s University
After a year of construction, the cogeneration plant, the solar panels and other energy conservation measures were brought online along with the Emacx intelligent Peak Load Control System (iPLC).
The project at Saint Peter’s University allowed Emacx to display its full technical capabilities not only in regard to peak load control, visualization, but also in the modulation of the Cogeneration Plant.
The customer is very pleased with the integration ...