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City of Orlando Energy Efficiency Improvements Phases 1 and 2

Orlando, FL, USA

Ben Tanner

City of Orlando Energy Efficiency Improvements Phases 1 and 2
Ben Tanner
Location
Orlando, FL, USA
Markets
Office, Unique and Innovative
Services
Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Energy Services, Commissioning, Life Safety and Fire Protection
Project Size

Varies

Overview

The City of Orlando launched Green Works in 2007, with targets of annual utility savings of $5 million by 2015 and greenhouse gas neutrality by 2030. TLC conducted ASHRAE Level II energy audits as well as recommended and implemented energy conservations measures. Phase 1 involved 27 municipal facilities while Phase 2 includes an additional 55 city-owned buildings, including City Hall and the Amway Center.

Features

Energy retrofits included improvements to heating and cooling equipment, lighting and lighting control. The City also installed a BACnet controls network (EMS) to monitor the environmental quality of each building, as well as the performance of the individual energy conservation measures. Phase 1 resulted in annual utility savings of $136,000 while Phase 2 is anticipated to save the City $2 million annually.