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Yardi Announces New LOBOS Install at the Seagram Building in New York

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Enerliance’s parent company, Yardi, announced today via an internationally distributed press release that they have entered into an agreement with RFR Realty, LLC to implement LOBOS technology at the Seagram Building, 375 Park Avenue in Midtown Manhattan.

The Seagram Building, designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Philip Johnson, and completed in 1958, is one of the most iconic structures in New York. Standing at 38 stories, the office tower is a city landmark and is considered to be a paragon of modernist architecture.

“Satisfying our highly sophisticated tenant base is the key to increasing property worth and long-term value for the Seagram Building. LOBOS will help us accomplish that by increasing tenant comfort and energy efficiency concurrently,” said Gerard Schumm, executive vice president for RFR.

LOBOS’s energy efficiency, demand response and fault detection and diagnostic functionality will continuously monitor cooling, heating and air handling systems in the 910,000-square-foot building while automating demand response and providing real-time feedback. The anticipated results are increased tenant comfort and new levels of energy efficiency.

Read the full press release here.

Enerliance’s National Sales Director Writes Article for Automated Buildings, February Edition

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

This month, be sure to head on over to the Automated Buildings website to read, Mark Boliaris’s special guest article on commercial HVAC optimization technology. The article explores the benefits of HVAC optimization, and the ways in which this type of upgrade can help building owners achieve their sustainability goals, save on energy costs and improve occupant comfort.

The article highlights some of LOBOS’s most important attributes including its ability to optimize an HVAC system’s operation to such a degree that commercial building owners can potentially save millions in year over year energy costs. The article also highlights the ways in which LOBOS’s 24/7 minute by minute calibration, oversight and fault detection can help to make control systems and air handler upgrade investments result in a higher level of efficiency than they could ever achieve on their own.

With government sustainability initiatives cropping up across the country, we foresee building upgrades of this sort will soon become the rule, rather than the exception. But with technology changing at such a rapid clip, it is critical for facilities managers, property managers and controls experts to know their options so that they can plan their upgrades to achieve the biggest return on investment. We thank Automated Buildings for the opportunity to share our knowledge and to share information about our product with the greater BAS community. As a technology built upon Tridium’s open source Niagara framework, LOBOS really is a must-have commercial HVAC efficiency upgrade. It is compatible with most existing building automation systems. Its ADR component allows for easy and automatic demand response participation—which is only becoming more prevalent. And its data delivery allows for system analysis that allows facilities experts to see into the real time functionality of their equipment.

More LOBOS installations will result in more efficiency, a further reduction to our nation’s carbon footprint and a real chance at a sustainable future. So again, thank you Automated Buildings for helping us spread the word.

Have you check out our efficiency calculator? Click on the link and scroll down to the bottom of the page to see what LOBOS can do for your building.



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