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Brochure title:
Controls Optimization and Re-Tuning (COReTM)
Description:
The Pacic Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) conducts controls optimization and re-tuning (CORe)™ to identify and implement no- and low-cost energy efciency improvements in commercial buildings. Re-tuning is a systematic process that aims at minimizing energy consumption by identifying and correcting operational problems such as inefcient scheduling, temperature set points, and static pressure set points. The re-tuning process relies on the building automation system (BAS)and whole building interval meter data as the central tools in the investigation, monitoring and diagnosis of the operating condition of the building equipment and systems. The process is applicable to single buildings and large campuses. As of 2016, PNNL has re-tuned over 25 million square feet of Federal facilities.
Clearance number:
PNNL-SA-111926
Contact/Custodian:
Bates, Shannon R (shannon.bates@pnnl.gov)
Date published:
July 2015
Number of pages:
2
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Category:
None
Key words:
Core Optimization, Re-Tuning

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