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Warehouse Energy

Warehouse Energy

A warehouse needs the energy to run the equipment, lighting, and HVAC systems. Generally, warehouses get their electricity from the grid however some of them generate electricity by themselves in their own powerplants. In some cases warehouses especially the refrigerated ones need to have standby or emergency generators to improve the redundancy in their facility. On average non-refrigerated warehouses use roughly 6 kWh of electricity and 13,500 Btu of natural gas per square foot annually and three-quarters of that electricity is used for lighting and HVAC systems. This means a lot of space for energy saving. Using high-efficiency lighting and HVAC systems can dramatically decrease the warehouse energy consumption and consequently your operational costs. At Linquip you can easily find the verified list of equipment suppliers and energy solution providers who can help you improve your warehouse energy efficiency and save a lot of money.

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