Non-energy Benefits of Retro-Commissioning [infographic]Sep 06, 2013
Although energy costs are typically cited as the greatest benefit of undergoing Retro-Commissioning on your facility, most RCx projects deliver multiple additional benefits as well, which can also save businesses money on repair costs, labor, and equipment. In addition to improving energy efficiency and lowering energy costs Retro-Commissioning can also improve indoor air quality, reduce the number of complaints from occupants, and extend the life of building equipment. Check out the infographic below to learn more about the most common non-energy benefits of Retro-Commissioning.
You may be interested in these other posts on retro commissioning:
- 6 signs your building needs existing building commissioning
- The Importance of Owner Involvement in Retro-Commissioning
- The Cost of Commissioning: Bridging the Gap Between Expectations and Reality
10 Signs Your Building May Need Retrocommissioning
If your building is exhibiting any of these key signs, you may be able to improve energy efficiency and reduce costs through RBCx.