Boost Happiness and Save Energy with Adaptive Thermal Comfort
Ready to expand your comfort zone? Handing control to occupants is the best way to ensure they’re satisfied.
The most common complaint facility managers hear from building occupants is that their office space is too cold. That would seem an easy enough problem to solve, except that the number two complaint is that it’s too hot. Different people, it turns out, are comfortable under different conditions, and keeping everyone comfortable at the same time is an elusive goal.
In this Spotlight Report, BuildingGreen explores how adaptive thermal comfort design increases happiness and energy savings.