University Health Network (UHN), Canada’s largest research hospital first installed Aircuity in the Princess Margaret Cancer Research Tower (PMCRT). The platform’s DCV control of the labs’ supply air saved approximately $800,000.
A powerful compliment to Aircuity’s platform in lab buildings is the exhaust fan application, the newly installed variable frequency drives allowed fan speeds to be ramped up or down according to building needs. This intelligent platform ensures not only energy savings but also a clean, healthy space for researchers and occupants of surrounding buildings in downtown Toronto.
Here’s how much UHN saved annually, by the numbers in PMCRT:
• 1,550,000 kWh (equivalent to 160 houses in Ontario)
• 111.7 kW in electric peak demand (that’s equal to running 1,400 flat screen TVs – at the same time!)
• $1,000,000 in total utility cost savings
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