Building Commissioning, Energy Efficiency

Reducing energy consumption in fast food restaurants by 50 %, with less than 5 year simple payback

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Here is a very detailed engineering study on energy efficiency measures that could help fast food restaurants reduce energy consumption by 50 percent, and have a simple payback of less than 5 years. Implementing many of these measures should be a no brainer. Assuming they can be done without a major disruption to business, why are our fast food restaurants not queuing up to get it done?

Restaurants are very energy intensive; typically double commercial office space, but often they are only a few thousand square feet in floor area.

Despite the small facility size, chain restaurants, with hundreds or thousands of stores, have a huge opportunity to improve efficiency, and generate an great ROI. How can these measures can be introduced throughout the franchise?

Coordinating a franchise wide retrofit is a challenge that requires a collaborative business approach delivered systematically through continuous, and measured, improvement. BuiltSpace can help you integrate energy efficiency into your business processes.

About Rick Rolston

Rick is CEO of BuiltSpace Technologies Corp. (Vancouver Canada). BuiltSpace provides integrated building information management services to help building stakeholders create more sustainable and valuable building ecosystems.

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