Retro-Commissioning Webinar: How RcX Unlocks Hidden EfficiencyApr 20, 2020
Some things get better with age, building HVAC and electrical systems are not one of these. Retro-commissioning (RcX) can assess your building systems, ensure they operate correctly, and unlock a facility’s hidden efficiency.
Join sys-tek on Thursday, April 23, from 3:00-3:45 ET for a free Zoom webinar discussing RcX for owners, facility managers, and architects. We’ll explain what retro-commissioning is and discuss some of the energy conservation measures it provides.
On average, RcX achieves an energy savings of 15% and a payback period of just 0.7 years.
How to RSVP
To RSVP for this free webinar on retro-commissioning, please email Kyle Brown.
What is RcX
RcX is a systematic method for investigating how and why an existing building’s systems are operating and maintained to identify ways to improve overall building performance. It helps ensure that building equipment and systems are integrated, so they perform together effectively and efficiently and meet a building owner’s current operating requirements and expectations.
How RcX Saves Money
According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, on average a retro-commissioning project has an average cost of $0.27 per square foot, while achieving energy savings of 15% and a payback period of just 0.7 years.
Retro-commissioning is characterized as a knowledge- and labor-intensive process, where material costs are minimal or zero. The process also can provide a road map of opportunities for future building improvements that require more capital.