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We design and build next generation building automation and control systems that optimize fresh air ventilation, dramatically improving indoor air quality while reducing energy consumption by up to 80%.

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THE DATA 
TO PROVE IT

Despite the endorsement of green building regulations and the incorporation of energy-efficient technologies, commercial buildings often fail to achieve their desired energy conservation goals.

Instead, they use as much as 3 times their predicted energy consumption (pEUI), representing a significant building energy performance gap.

Learn how to achieve actual high-performance with ABAT™ and C³ building automation and controls.

ABAT™ THEORY

pEUI - Median Office Building¹

56.2

kBtu/ft2

EUI - Commercial Office Building²

<14.6

kBtu/ft2

CO₂ Emissions

2,176

metric tons

Avoided CO₂ Emissions

1,611

metric tons

TYPICAL
PERFORMANCE

OUR PERFORMANCE

1. Median Site pEUI (Predicted Energy Use Index)
2. Median Site EUI (Actual)

OUR AMBITIONS
ALIGN WITH THE EARTHSHOT PRIZE GOAL OF FIXING OUR CLIMATE

“Taking inspiration from President John F. Kennedy’s Moonshot which united millions of people around an organizing goal to put man on the moon and catalysed the development of new technology in the 1960s, The Earthshot Prize is centred around five ‘Earthshots’ – simple but ambitious goals for our planet which if achieved by 2030 will improve life for us all, for generations to come.”

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge

The buildings sector is responsible for 40% of national and global energy-related CO₂ emissions, making it a critical component of carbon reduction strategies.

Effectively reaching carbon reduction targets will require advanced building automation and control systems.

In addition to providing CO₂ emission mitigation, increasing building energy efficiency also has multiple co-benefits such as improving occupant comfort and worker productivity, while accelerating economic growth and job creation. 

Additionally, previous work shows that demand-side changes in energy efficiency can more cost-effectively reduce CO₂ emissions than supply-side improvements in the carbon intensity of electricity generation—even after accounting for the dramatic cost reductions in renewable generation in recent years.  Furthermore, lacking large-scale, cost-effective reserve capacity or electricity storage alternatives, demand-side energy flexibility is needed to accommodate the variability inherent in renewable generation at high penetration levels. C³ building automation and controls provide a reproducible CO₂ emissions reduction pathway to meet the Earthshot Prize goal of reducing carbon emissions in our atmosphere.¹

1. Reference - Alliance for Sustainable Energy, LLC, the manager and operator of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).