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|Coveted savings for building owners can be found in the 50-70% of electrical costs due to lighting, says Tony Marano, whom you may remember as former Cushman & Wakefield CEO of the Americas.|
|Tony now helms Encelium Technologies, which provides the software-based Energy Control System. He says the program garners up to 18 points toward LEED certification, and that payback averages 3.5 years. ECS has been installed in 20M SF across the world, including the 8k-SF LEED-CI registered Goshow Architects studio in NYC. It features occupancy control, smart-time scheduling, daylight harvesting, task tuning, and variable load shedding. (If your building is like our dog, it sheds variable load all over the place.)|
|Tony and team with the Universal Input/Output Module and plans. He says the firm tripled its sales force since the opening of its NJ headquarters, and Tony says business is exceeding expectations in its recently opened NY office due to the popularity of green retrofits. One of its best known installations is Toronto’s Rogers Stadium, which saw savings of 77% in consumption, 39% in demand, and 76% in costs—that’s a reduction of $303k and 3.7M kWh annually, enough to power 400 Toronto homes, he says.|