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Building Sustainability through an HVAC System: How we can Help Take the Guesswork Out

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Do you have sustainability and decarbonization goals for your organization that you're struggling to meet? What if you could know what changes you should make within your facility before putting any money down? Now, imagine being able to visualize the environmental impact and financial benefits of upgrading your HVAC system before making a commitment. By considering various products, both electric and natural gas, tailored to your space and geographic location, our tool provides insights, ensuring that every decision made is aligned with your decarbonization or ESG goals.

In the pursuit of a greener future, energy efficiency stands tall as one of the cornerstones of decarbonization efforts. As we strive to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, it becomes increasingly evident that optimizing energy usage within the industrial and manufacturing market is paramount. That’s where we come in, ready to help. 

Energy efficiency isn't just a buzzword; it's a fundamental principle driving our mission towards a more sustainable future. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, energy efficiency is the first pillar of decarbonization, playing a pivotal role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and curbing energy consumption [1].

At Cambridge, we're committed to enriching the lives of future generations and how we can help do that is by taking the guesswork out for you so you can become one step closer to reaching your decarbonization goals. Our latest endeavor, the Carbon Reduction Savings Tool, embedded within our Energy Use Analysis process, highlights this commitment. This new tool empowers our customers to make informed decisions about their investments by predicting both carbon reduction and cost savings associated with different HVAC products. 

But our dedication to sustainability doesn't end there. We understand that expertise is essential in navigating the complexities of energy efficiency and carbon reduction. That's why our applications team stands ready to assist you every step of the way. From conducting complimentary heat load analyses to comprehensive energy use assessments, our experts ensure that you have all the information needed to make the most informed decisions for your space.

Interested in scheduling a complimentary building walkthrough with one of our experts to get started on your sustainability journey? Click here!

Would you like to learn more about our technology and how we've helped customers across the nation reach their sustainability goals? Click here to find your local representative!

Reference:

[1] U.S. Department of Energy. (n.d.). Energy Efficiency in Buildings and Industry. Retrieved from https://www.energy.gov/eere/energy-efficiency-buildings-and-industry#:~:text=Energy%20efficiency%20is%20one%20of,of%20carbon%20dioxide%20through%20decarbonization