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NYSERDA on IntelliCon

Peter R. Smith, NYSERDA President and CEO, said, "From a fuel oil efficiency and air emissions perspective, these results are very encouraging. The results of this study of the IntelliCon control system can benefit customers, our environment.

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Certified Savings and Pollutant Reductions

NYSERDA has verified the Intellidyne Economizers reduce energy consumption by an average of 15-20%. But now certifies a 40% reduction in particulates and 40% of CO emissions from boilers.


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Intellidyne Guarantee

ECS and Intellidyne are so confident that the IntelliCon products offered will reduce your energy consumption by a minimum of 10% in the first year, or we will refund your entire purchase price if we are unable to attain these savings. Ask you sales rep for details.

Green Team Member

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Verified Reduction in Consumption and Pollutants

NYSERDA had provided a grant to Intellidyne to study, on a larger scale, the benefits of the controls, which already have been proven to reduce energy consumption by an average of 15-20%. Results have demonstrated that the Intellidyne controls do indeed reduce the energy consumption and pollution of heating and cooling systems. The Intellidyne controls are an after-market add-on (retrofit) type of control that targets demand type heating and cooling systems for residential and commercial end-users.

The Intellidyne technology takes advantage of an inherent design flaw that requires the heating or cooling system to be sized for the worst-case scenario which occurs infrequently throughout the life-cycle of the system. These controls achieve energy savings by dynamically adjusting the dead-band of the operating control of the energy system in accordance with the system’s energy load. Pollution reduction is a byproduct of the reduction of burner cycling caused by the Intellidyne controls.

Results of the BNL analysis of emissions impact showed that pollutants related to incomplete combustion CO, HC, and filterable particulates are decreased by up to 40% with lower cycling rates of 60%. The focus of the program will be to study, on a larger scale, the benefits of the controls, which already have been proven to reduce energy consumption by an average of 15-20%.

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