EH&E and MIT Present on Energy Optimization in an Active Lab at the I2SL Conference 2018
Energy Optimization in an Active Lab Building Undergoing Renovations: MIT Shows It Can Be Done Safely
October 15, 2018, 4:00 PM
When talking about saving energy in laboratories one of the greatest concerns is safety. Energy optimization programs are often not undertaken in active labs, rather the focus is put on energy reduction during the design and construction of new labs. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and EH&E teamed on a lab energy optimization project that not only shows a program can be implemented safely, it can be done while the laboratories are occupied and undergoing renovations.
Nate Fanning, Project Manager, Energy Efficiency Systems Performance & Turnover, MIT
Matt Fragala, Practice Director, Education & Commercial, EH&E