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A prestigious 13 storey apartment building located in Sydney's iconic Milsons Point, Harbourlights was
replacing its old fluid chillers with modern high-efficiency chillers and upgrading its cooling towers, water pumps and control systems, sought help from an ACP under the NSW Energy Savings Scheme (ESS) to offset project costs.
Our team of skilled M&V professionals qualified us as the right company for this complex project, developing energy regression models to combine visitor information, electricity consumption and climate data to account for variable temperature and humidity.
Energy Conservation accurately determined the improved cooling efficiency by monitoring chiller energy consumption, chilled water flow and temperatures to compare specific chiller performance before and after the upgrade.
Using the International Performance Measurement and Verification Protocol (IPMVP) to verify our energy models and the Gallery’s significant energy savings, EC confirmed annual savings of 1,200 Megawatt-hours, representing 15% of total Gallery consumption.
Working with Energy Conservation, the Art Gallery of NSW not only achieved annual savings of $140,000 in energy costs and 1,200 tonnes of CO2 equivalent emissions, but also secured funding of over $100,000 through the creation of Energy Savings Certificates.