Video: ComEd talks retrocommissioning and energy efficient buildings

This video covers retrocommissioning best practices and the keys to an energy-efficient commercial building.

10/25/2010


Project Manager Patrick Lynch sits down with ComEd's Senior Program Manager for Retrocommissioning Ryan Stoianowski, LEED AP, to discuss retrocommissioning best practices and the keys to an energy-efficient commercial building. Stoianowski discusses the top three things building owners can implement to help save money and lower utility costs in their facilities. Stoianowski discusses national programs designed to save energy and money in commercial buildings along with other resources building owners can use to maintain their facilities.

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