Enerliance’s New Video Simplifies Commercial HVAC Processes and Explains LOBOS Technology

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Animated production is designed to educate and inform building owners, property managers and the general public on the benefits of HVAC optimization

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When a property manager or building owner understands how LOBOS dramatically reduces energy consumption while maintaining and oftentimes improving occupant comfort, the unique advantages of the LOBOS solution become quite clear.

When upgrading a large building’s heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system to improve occupant comfort and comply with today’s efficiency standards, commercial building owners and property managers have numerous choices. Various energy optimization systems all claim to be the best, but without the technical understanding of how a commercial HVAC system works, the relative advantages of each can be difficult to compare. To help bridge the information gap Enerliance, the company behind optimization software, LOBOS has made an animated video to explain in simple terms how most commercial buildings’ existing HVAC systems work and how LOBOS improves those systems, providing unified air and water-side optimization for unprecedented comfort-focused efficiency.

The LOBOS video begins with an easy-to-follow breakdown of standard HVAC operation. The video then goes on to explain how LOBOS is installed as an overlay to the existing building automation system (BAS) to improve its operation. Because of this upgrade-style functionality, LOBOS provides advanced comfort-based efficiency, fault detection and diagnostics, and automated demand response capabilities all while protecting the original investment in the existing BAS.

“Watching the LOBOS video is a great way to learn the HVAC basics that are necessary to make an informed choice. When a property manager or building owner understands how LOBOS dramatically reduces energy consumption while maintaining and oftentimes improving occupant comfort, the unique advantages of the LOBOS solution become quite clear,” said Enerliance National Sales Director Mark Boliaris.

While the video is designed to address a wide audience, the explanation of how LOBOS operates within a building’s existing HVAC system is useful for building automation specialists and systems integrators as well. Utility companies, portfolio managers and controls experts can use the video in their HVAC upgrade sales presentations, and it can be linked to any website wishing to share a clear explanation of current commercial building HVAC and control technology.

“The video’s key takeaway,” said Boliaris, “is that because of its unified approach to building efficiency, LOBOS not only dramatically reduces HVAC energy consumption, it also improves the building’s asset value by simultaneously improving workspace comfort, and that leads to improved occupant productivity and tenant satisfaction.”

To date, LOBOS is optimizing over 50 million square feet of building space nationwide and delivering millions of dollars in annual energy savings. Runtime of the LOBOS video is just under four minutes and can be found on the Enerliance website at http://enerliance.com/support/video-library/, and on YouTube.

About Enerliance: Enerliance, founded in 2005 and acquired by Yardi Systems in 2014, is the company behind the Load Based Optimization System (LOBOS), an intelligent optimization system for large-scale air conditioning systems that offers improved comfort, energy efficiency and fully automated demand response capability that improves bottom lines for building owners and occupants.

LOBOS currently delivers more than 32 megawatts of fully automated demand response capability to the grid along with more than $5 million in annual energy efficiency savings.

Enerliance has earned numerous industry accolades, including recognition by CIO magazine, one of the most highly regarded publications in the information technology industry, as one of the 20 most promising utilities solutions providers in 2013. For more information, visit http://www.enerliance.com.

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