Energy Conservation Solutions
An LED lighting upgrade can help you save up to 70 percent on your energy bills while providing better light quality than traditional fluorescent bulbs. These lights last longer than other options – at least 100,000 hours – so there’s no need for lamp or ballast replacements over time. This makes it easy to maintain a high level of performance in all areas without breaking the bank.
With advanced motion sensing technology, occupancy sensors will turn on lights when someone enters a room or area and off when they leave. This passive technology saves additional energy over time while extending the life of your LEDs.
Advanced wireless control capture even more savings than traditional occupancy sensors. Schedules and scenes can be created in the portal which can adjust maximum and minimum light levels, and sensor timeouts. The lighting fixtures communicate with a wireless mesh network which can be controlled from anywhere and anyone with access. Advanced lighting controls maximize savings of a lighting upgrade.
Inefficient chillers can waste significant amounts of electricity, and even modest improvements in efficiency may yield substantial energy savings and attractive paybacks.
Free cooling is an economical method of using low external air temperatures to assist in chilling water, which can then be used for industrial processes, or air conditioning systems.
An energy management system (EMS) is a system of computer-aided tools used to monitor, control, and optimize the performance of heating, cooling and lighting systems. The computer aided tools include routers and controllers throughout each building on campus, and a server that resides in the College Data Center. We install and retrofit these.
One of the most successful energy management tools ever applied to building HVAC systems is the variable frequency drive (VFD). For more than 20 years, VFDs have successfully been installed on fan and pump motors in a range of variable load applications.
Thermostats are used in any device or system that heats or cools to a set-point temperature, examples include building heating, central heating, air conditioners, HVAC systems, as well as kitchen equipment including ovens and refrigerators and medical and scientific incubators.
Demand Controlled Ventilation (DCV) is automatic adjustment of ventilation equipment according to occupant choice. DCV is a control method that modulates the volume exchange of fresh or outside air into an enclosed space by mechanical air conditioning equipment.
HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) equipment needs a control system to regulate the operation of a heating and/or air conditioning system. Usually a sensing device is used to compare the actual state (e.g. temperature) with a target state.
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An energy management system (EMS) is a system of computer-aided tools used by operators of electric utility grids to monitor, control, and optimize the performance of the generation and/or transmission system.
A variable-frequency drive (VFD; also termed adjustable-frequency drive, variable speed drive, AC drive, micro drive or inverter drive) is a type of adjustable-speed drive used in electro-mechanical drive systems to control AC motor speed and torque by varying motor input frequency and voltage.
Get the temperature just right and keep energy usage low with a programmable thermostat.
Occupancy Sensor designed for movement and occupancy detection. The sensors offer automatic calibration technology as standard and include options such as LED indication for CO2, resistive temperature output options and an optional 0-10V humidity output.
Renewable Energy Technologies
No matter your industry, your commercial site has its own particular energy requirements. You may have considered a solar installation, but worry about the cost effectiveness or the final results. Inovis works with preferred contractors on solar installations to ensure the project delivers exactly what is expected with no surprised.
Onsite wind generation is renewable energy choice that showcases your company’s commitment to sustainability. Chances are your facility’s needs will not fully be met with wind, but with available grants and incentives it can be a viable supplement to your energy supply with an attractive ROI.
Battery storage is one of those emerging technologies that becomes more interesting the more you learn about it. Many people associate battery storage with solar or wind installations. Logically, you may produce more energy than needed at a given time, and storing it for later use makes sense. But did you know there are other creative uses for battery storage? Peak load shaving, load shifting, and emergency backup to name a few. Contact us to learn more!
Cost savings, reduced maintenance, and a smaller carbon footprint are just a few of the reason’s studies show electrifying your fleet is good for business. Navigating the world of available EV’s, incentives, and fleet charging strategy can be daunting; let Inovis make it easy and one monthly payment lower than your current fleet costs.
Some site hosts add charging to create revenue, others to increase dwell time, and yet others for a new revenue stream, whatever your motivation Inovis will cater equipment and solutions for your needs of today and the future.
Leverage our experience to make your implementation easy, just choose between recommended installation locations, offer a few digital signatures, and leave the rest to us. We coordinate all of the moving parts, so you don’t have to.
Many electric and gas utilities have developed programs that provide incentive rebates for the implementation of qualifying energy saving projects for their commercial and industrial customers. Each utility has a different set of rules and qualification methods that need to be followed to guaranty that the projects implemented will receive rebates.
We have worked extensively with utilities to secure incentives. Prior to contracting with our customers for rebate driven projects, we will qualify each opportunity to verified rebates. We are authorized trade allies with several utility companies throughout the country.
How It Works
STEP 1: No Cost Energy Audit
Our team of engineers performs a walk through of your facility and identifies potential energy conservation opportunities.
STEP 2: Comprehensive Estimate
We calculate potential energy consumption savings, equipment & installation costs, and available incentives & rebates.
STEP 3: Start Saving!
We get right to work so you can start maximizing profits by minimizing your energy costs!