|Overall Rating||Gold - expired|
|Submission Date||Sept. 13, 2013|
University of California, Davis
OP-T2-17: Energy Management System
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Director of Sustainability and Campus Sustainability Planner
Office of Sustainability
Does the institution use a centralized energy management system that allows it to track energy consumption and performance in multiple buildings in a central location?:
A brief description of the management system:
UC Davis Facilities Management has established an Energy Management Office (EMO). This office operates and maintains centralized energy management systems (EMS). EMS used on the campus are produced primarily by the manufacturers Siemens/Staefa, Johnson Controls, and Automated Logic Controls. These centralized systems allow the EMO to control many systems remotely and adjust to changing conditions to save energy. Of the approximately 12.2 million square feet on the UC Davis campus, approximately 7.6 million is monitored by the EMO and managed with EMS.
The percentage of building space monitored with a centralized energy management system:
A description of what systems are shut down during unoccupied periods:
Where possible and practical, air handling units and associated equipment are shut down during unoccupied periods. This is accomplished through scheduling utilizing the EMS.
The website URL where information about the institution's use of the technology is available:
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