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Occupancy-Based Guestroom Controls Study

Project Number PGE 0825 Organization PG&E End-use Whole Building Sector Commercial Project Year(s) 2008 - 2010

Project Summary

Occupancy-based guestroom energy management systems sense when a hotel room is occupied and adjust the energy systems — such as HVAC, lighting, and outlets — accordingly to save energy. They may turn systems completely off when a room is unoccupied or, in the case of HVAC, set back the thermostat. This report investigates the potential savings from control of room HVAC and lighting, as well as the cost effectiveness of occupancy-based systems.

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