Energy-efficient HVAC helps company meet conservation goals

When Texas-based CPS Energy decided to upgrade HVAC equipment at its main utility office, the company turned to HTS Texas to find the most energy-efficient technology at the best life cycle cost. Executives chose the Daikin-McQuay Magnitute magnetic bearing, water-cooled chiller for the $666,885 project. This small-footprint chiller—which helps keep the 174,825-sf building quiet—eliminates the need for oil management systems, freeing up company space and cash flow. Two identical chillers—installed by HTS Texas, HMG and Associates, and LC Mosel—ensure continuous operations and further the company’s initiative to conserve 771 MW of power by 2020.
         
 

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