Optimization, Even for an Already Well-Running Chiller Plant, Saves Bucks

Optimization, Even for an Already Well-Running Chiller Plant, Saves Bucks

March 20, 2018
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This article originally appeared on Energy Manager Today

Baylor University, a private college in Waco, Texas, had a typical chiller plant – it ran well, but it was also a hodgepodge of equipment. The only major problem was that the plant was managed manually. Kenneth Haltom, who manages Baylor’s energy services through a partnership with Aramark, and his team suspected that chiller plant optimization would be the best way to increase efficiency and reduce related costs. After optimization, Baylor saved more than $460,000 in electricity costs.

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