Chilled water plants and systems have great potential for creating energy savings. However, due to the critical role the plants play in site operations and thermal comfort, traditional operating strategies are sometimes employed. It is possible to optimize chilled water plants and systems to meet building needs while also achieving operational and energy efficiencies that reduce operating costs.
Join us Thursday, September 17 at 11:30 eastern as we present best practices for improving chiller plant energy efficiency. Topics include:
- calculating cooling loads
- computing chiller plant system efficiency
- understanding energy use by chiller components
- identifying energy efficiency opportunities
Q&A will follow the presentation.
Mr. Senthil Kumar, CEM, Hudson Technologies
Mr. Kumar is a Project Engineer in the Global Energy Services division. He has more than 12 years of experience in energy management of industrial and commercial energy systems and applying Best Practices. He has significant experience in performance monitoring, fault detection and diagnostics, and optimization of chiller and steam systems and has worked with more than 40 industrial plants in the U.S. Mr. Kumar is a Certified Energy Manager and a U.S. Department of Energy (US DOE) Best Practices Qualified Steam System and Process Heating Specialist.