This study analyzes the market needs for building performance evaluation tools. The purpose is to identify existing gaps and provide information for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to use in developing a linked set of tools for optimizing energy performance of commercial buildings over their life cycles.
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Case study on how Northern Arizona University achieved energy savings of 46 percent at its 94,400-sq-foot Student and Academic Services Building in Flagstaff, Arizona by installing LED lighting. Northern Arizona University was recently recognized in two categories for excellence and leadership in interior lighting by DOE’s Interior Lighting Campaign.
Case study on the Byron G. Rogers Federal Building replacing T12 and T8 luminaries with LED dedicated troffers with advanced controls saving 59% in lighting energy use. The Byron G. Rogers Federal Building was recognized for excellence and leadership in interior lighting by DOE’s Interior Lighting Campaign.