Often and still today, HVAC systems are designed for the sole purpose initially required of them; ensure the comfort of its occupants by providing heating, ventilation and air conditioning, if necessary. When a systemic approach is used, several optimization possibilities can generally be applied.
Indeed, if your HVAC system dates from a few years back, it is quite possible that it isn’t optimized. For example, the heat extracted from a water tower used for air-conditioning a building may have good potential for heating domestic water. There is also the possibility of adding a heat exchanger on the exhaust air to preheat the building’s air make-up.
C-nergie’s experience will allow you to have a clear assessment of the energy savings potential of your facilities and to estimate the profitability of making the required changes, considering the available financial support.