New Sensor Suitcase Slashes Power Bills for Commercial Buildings

July 17, 2017 -

Source: Department of Energy

Two national labs just packed an energy assessor into one, high-tech package.

The Sensor Suitcase is an easy-to-use, portable energy auditing system that can save small building owners up to 10% on their energy bills. The all-in-one product costs a third of the price of traditional energy savings assessments and eliminates the need for building owners to hire engineers to manually plot, inspect, and interpret their data.

The system was developed by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory with support from the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. It addresses a major problem for small building owners, who currently struggle to find cost-effective ways to identify building efficiency improvements.

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