Controlling Energy Performance on the Big Stage — The New York Times Company

Controlling Energy Performance on the Big Stage — The New York Times Company

TitleControlling Energy Performance on the Big Stage — The New York Times Company
Publication TypeCase Study
Year of Publication2015
AuthorsKevin Settlemyre, Cynthia Regnier
Date Published08/2015
PublisherLawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Place PublishedBerkeley, CA
Abstract

The Times partnered with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) as part of DOE’s Commercial Building Partnerships (CBP) Program to develop a post-occupancy evaluation (POE) of three EEMs that were implemented during the construction of The Times building between 2004-2006. With aggressive goals to reduce energy use and carbon emissions at a national level, one strategy of the US Department of Energy is looking to exemplary buildings that have already invested in new approaches to achieving the energy performance goals that are now needed at scale. The Times building incorporated a number of innovative technologies, systems and processes that make their project a model for widespread replication in new and existing buildings. The measured results from the post occupancy evaluation study, the tools and processes developed, and continuous improvements in the performance and cost of the systems studied suggest that these savings are scalable and replicable in a wide range of commercial buildings nationwide

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LBNL-1003827

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