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Thursday, May 3 • 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Integration of Connected Buildings and Customer Data LIMITED

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Buildings consume almost half of the world’s energy and the majority of it can be attributed to heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC) and lighting systems. The physical environment of a building greatly impacts the satisfaction, wellbeing, and performance of its occupants and operations. As such, Trane® believes buildings can provide a competitive advantage instead of simply a cost by minimizing energy consumption, increasing occupant comfort, and/or stabilizing manufacturing conditions. This reduces waste and provides sustainability, resulting in higher performing individuals and businesses with a greener environment.
As renewable energy sources become more prevalent, utilities need more ways to control both the generation and the consumption of power. This can be accomplished using a mix of proven technologies with untapped potential that shift or limit the consumption of power for things like HVAC, lighting, and pumping using technologies like thermal/ice storage, batteries, and power limiting.
In this presentation, you will hear from Stacy Fleenor, product owner, and David Holst, system architect, on how Trane is using technology and buildings expertise to deliver sustainable customer value. We will discuss some of the technical challenges that drive our solutions, along with real-life examples of how buildings can provide value to the electricity sector.

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David Holst

Systems Architect, Trane
David Holst is a Systems Architect at Trane, responsible for the overall architecture and development efforts for Trane's Intelligent Services.

Thursday May 3, 2018 1:00pm - 1:45pm CDT
MCC 202 1301 2nd Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55403, USA
  Session, Business Operations