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EnergySwift Wraps Up Lighting Analysis Project - Helps Client Save Up-to 40% on Utility Bills

EnergySwift, successfully completed a building lighting analysis project for a USA based client, helping them reduce energy consumption and cut down utility bills for their facility.

Jan 31 2014, 2:15am CST | by

Ahmedabad, India, January 31, 2014 --(PR.com)-- EnergySwift; is a premier energy modeling service provider offering energy efficiency solutions for buildings. The company was approached by a USA based client regarding a lighting analysis project for a 2 floored dining facility spread across 19000 sq ft area.

The project was aimed at introducing energy efficient lighting within the proposed facility. After analyzing the HVAC layouts, MEP plans and building usage information the company conducted detailed energy modeling and simulation for HVAC and lighting within the building. EnergySwift further proposed modifications for efficient HVAC systems and lighting layouts for the design to qualify for EPACT. The project also required them to compare baseline building as per ASHRAE 90.1 Appendix G to Proposed Building performance.

The company’s energy modeling consultants analyzed the project requirements and suggested using tools like eQuest, COMCheck, AutoCAD and DiaLux. Energy modeling team at EnergySwift put together their experience and skills to deliver an array of output data and reports including monthly & annual energy consumption by end use, peak demand by end use and Electric Peak day load profiles. The reports also included monthly utility bills and COMCheck reports that compare lighting for lighting compliance, Interior & day lighting reports etc.

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For this project, it is noteworthy that EnergySwift managed to propose solutions that helped clients achieve 52% savings in MBtu and 40% saving in utility bills.

For detailed information about the project visit
http://www.energyswift.com/casestudy-dialux-comcheck-building-lighting-analysis.php

Mr. Bhushan Avasthi, Senior Manager (Architectural, Structural and MEP) at EnergySwift said, “Energy modeling and green building design services are an emerging trend. As the energy resources are dwindling, it has become imperative to find out ways and means of saving energy and utilizing it efficiently. Moreover energy comes at a price and saving it means saving money.” Talking about the project, he further added that “Clients were really happy with the output. 40% of utility bill is a huge amount.”

About EnergySwift:

EnergySwift is a leading energy modeling service provider based in India. The company offers energy simulation and analysis solutions for energy consumption, lighting, cooling, ventilation, overheating risks, water usage, waste management etc. within a building. Core services at EnergySwift include eQuest modeling, LEED feasibility analysis, documentation support, daylight modeling and energy analysis for new built and existing buildings.

Contact Information:
Energy Swift
Nilesh Pujara
91-794-000 3252
Contact via Email
www.energyswift.com

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