Video: RetroCx of the San Diego Convention Center: Case Study

In this retro-commissioning case study, viewers will review the steps taken to update the energy efficiency of a convention center.

Video Courtesy: CxEnergy 2014

Ted Spear, PE, and Mitchell Chvilicek, PE, CxA, Green Building Services

Abstract: Utility-funded retro-commissioning at the 2.6 million-sq-ft convention center proved to be a cost-effective way to improve building performance, reduce energy usage, lengthen equipment life, and improve indoor environmental quality and occupant comfort. Measures implemented resulted in annual energy cost savings of $151,000.

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