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Integration of Continuous Commissioning as a Measure in LoanSTAR and Energy Services Contracts
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Continuous Commissioning (CC) is a process that resolves operating problems, optimizes the HVAC system operation and controls to reduce building energy consumption and improve comfort based on current building conditions and requirements. The process typically achieves 15% whole building energy cost reduction with simple paybacks of less than two years. It has been used in over 450 federal, institutional, university, and commercial buildings and central plants with measured savings of over $100 million and 12.5 trillion Btus in primary energy since 1993.
Wei, G.; Zhou, J.; Turner, D. (2009). Integration of Continuous Commissioning as a Measure in LoanSTAR and Energy Services Contracts. Energy Systems Laboratory. Available electronically from