Palace Resorts in Cancun – 2011
More than 50 percent of the energy consumed by the buildings that make up Palace Resorts is due to its air conditioning systems. By installing highly efficient HVAC systems, Palace Resorts achieved up to 15 percent energy savings as well as reduced costs. Learn how Palace Resorts exercises its environmental responsibility.
Tishman Speyer – 2010
A developer of Castelo Branco Office Park in São Paulo, Tishman Speyer designed six towers that implemented efficient HVAC systems to reduce overall energy consumption. Read more about Tishman Speyer’s developments in environmentally responsible infrastructure.
Monterrey Tec University – 2010
Located in Nuevo Leon, Mexico, Monterrey Tec University reduced its annual energy consumption by 15 percent after school administrators launched a “sustainable campus” effort in 2001. The program supported the centralization of all chilled water systems on the nearly 13-acre campus. Learn how the university increased energy efficiency and reduced its operations and maintenance costs.