Marketable Technologies for the Hotel Industry

Category: 
Hospitality
Project Number: 
PGE 0609
Start Year: 
2006
End Year: 
2007
Markets Segments: 
Hospitality
Project Type: 
Demand Savings
Electric Energy Savings
Gas Energy Savings
Type of Technology: 
Building Controls
Organization: 
Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E)
Project Status: 
Completed
Implemented in Customer Program
Savings Type: 
Industry

Project Summary:

There are a variety of emerging technologies that have potential to save substantial energy and demand in the lodging industry. Some of these are targeted specifically to the hotel and motel markets, while others may have applications in multiple market segments. The nearest term opportunities for energy savings appear to be in HVAC controls, both for guestrooms and common areas, such as conference rooms and restaurants, and ozonation for laundry facilities The specific objectives of this project were to identify a portfolio of energy efficiency technologies that can be offered to PG&E hotel customers and identify ways to accelerate energy and demand savings through implementation of these technologies. Consult the more detailed supplemental reports available below:


* Occupancy-Based Guestroom Controls
* Hotel Bathroom Lighting Controls
* Laundry Ozone Generators
* Demand Controlled Ventilation
* Card-Key Guestroom Controls
* Efficient Electric Hand Dryers

For more information, please contact the sponsoring organization.

Related Materials:
Occupancy-Based Guestroom Controls Learn More
Hotel Bathroom Lighting Controls Learn More
Laundry Ozone Generators Learn More
Demand Controlled Ventilation Learn More
Card-Key Guestroom Controls Learn More
Efficient Electric Hand Dryers Learn More




 

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