AESC investigates the energy impact of ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) disinfection technology.
AESC conducts a quick analysis of Tier 2 advanced power strips, investigating their ability to drive energy savings in residential and commercial settings.
AESC further explores the energy and cost savings of permanent magnet synchronous fan motors in refrigerated display cases. This study was performed on behalf of SCE’s Emerging Technologies program.
Building upon past research, AESC engineers look into demand response opportunities for water and wastewater treatment plants.
AESC investigates if a new sealing technique for crawl spaces and attics can provide for better building envelope air tightness, reduce duct leakage loads, reduce humidity levels, and improved overall air quality. Results indicate potential solutions for single-family homes with high envelope leakage or high HVAC energy usage.
AESC conducts field tests for three emerging evaporative cooling technologies.
AESC tests the efficacy of an HVAC management system designed for commercial rooftop units and split system applications. Results include implications for improved thermal comfort and energy demand.
AESC evaluates the effectiveness of a multifamily pool pump system when retrofitted with a variable speed drive pump and two solar-powered pumps.
AESC conducts a field evaluation of solar powered, ductless mini-split air conditioning systems in a commercial setting.
AESC investigates the efficacy of two Tier 2 advanced power strip models in 98 residential homes.