Vigilent intelligent energy management systems have been installed at numerous high-profile sites, many of which have been analyzed by independent third parties. These case studies provide you with a glimpse of the benefits that can be achieved when you install a Vigilent solution at your facility.
Vigilent energy management systems at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo convert constant-volume HVAC systems to VAV operations in retrofits of existing buildings, delivering fan energy savings of 62%.
SDSU reduce electricity use by 18% and natural gas use by 55% at its recreation center with a Vigilent system that closely matches cooling resources to changes in demand throughout the day.
Vigilent systems at Stanford University reduce fan energy by 33%, cooling energy by 39% and heating energy by 26% in this collaboration with PG&E's Non-Residential Retrofit Program.
UC Berkeley's University Hall receive reduced annual energy costs with a Vigilent wireless retrofit to the seven-story, 152K sf facility with a mixture of office, administrative and classroom space.
Vigilent system and fan upgrades resulted in lower retrofit costs and immediate energy savings of 23 percent.
UC Santa Barbara installs Vigilent wireless-based energy management systems in existing buildings, dropping fan energy costs by 58%, for a payback of under two years.
Vigilent partners with industry leaders that champion transformation in the energy and technology sectors.
Dust Networks, a pioneer in the field of wireless sensor networking and now a division of Linear Technology, works with Vigilent and created the wireless mesh network technology that helped the California Franchise Tax Board reduce its energy consumption.
Vigilent systems have been implemented at some of the largest, most complex data centers in the world with the goal of increasing site resilience to over-temperature conditions. The systems' advanced AI technology can provide confidence that those facilities for which uptime is critical, crucial and essential, will be able to run uninterrupted by heat overloads.
Vigilent systems provide dynamic cooling control to reduce CRAH fan energy use by 60% at the California Franchise Tax Board's data center.
Vigilent helped improve the efficiency of Digital Realty's 135,000 sq ft colocation facility by identifying facility improvements that increased the amount of cooling available, and the IT load that could be supported.
Vigilent systems at NTT's two largest North American data centers reduce the cooling energy use by 20% across both colocation sites.
Vigilent installations in eight State of California data centers, including the largest state-owned data center, provide an energy reduction of more than 2.3 million kWh each year.