The rooftop unit (RTU) decision tree can be used for preliminary screening for replacement of RTU units with more efficient units. This decision tree organizes RTUs into bins for “retrofit,” “replacement,” “no action,” or “needs further analysis.”
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Older, inefficient commercial rooftop unit (RTU) air conditioning systems are common and can waste from $1,000 to $3,700 per unit annually, depending on the building size and type. By replacing or retrofitting them, you can save money, improve your energy efficiency, make your building more comfortable, and help the environment. The Advanced RTU Campaign (ARC) encourages commercial building owners and operators to replace their old RTUs with more efficient units or to retrofit their RTUs with advanced controls in order to take advantage of these benefits. This website shows updates to the campaign including resources and progress towards the campaign's goal.
This document provides facility managers and building owners with an introduction to measurement and verification (M&V) methods to estimate energy and cost savings of rooftop units replacement or retrofit projects. The M&V methods presented here are helpful in estimating paybacks to justify future projects.
This report contains the findings from interviews with senior finance executives at retail companies regarding financial planning and capital budgeting strategies. The report and the supplementary key takeaways deliverable are meant to help energy and sustainability managers improve their relationships with the finance team and ultimately improve access to project financing. The interviews were conducted by the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) and Deloitte Consulting LLP.
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Finance teams interact with other departments.
This is a summary of findings from interviews with senior retail finance professionals on how to improve retailer access to financing for energy & sustainability projects. This research was conducted by the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA).