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By Tonya Russell on 9/20/2016 10:36 AM

Magnolia Church in Riverside, CA, recently changed their church management software, and were faced with losing their HVAC integration as a result. But then they discovered Events2HVAC.

By Tonya Russell on 9/30/2015 12:29 PM

The return on investment (ROI) for most energy efficiency initiatives is measured in years, but this one is measured in months.

By Tonya Russell on 8/31/2015 8:40 AM

Software is often used to track energy use and perform energy analysis. But the Carolina Union uses it to eliminate heating and cooling empty rooms between events – with a direct impact on energy efficiency.

By Tonya Russell on 9/15/2014 1:52 PM
Events2HVAC has several features specifically designed to increase confidence and allow flexibility in how facility managers choose to integrate their systems. Recently, Jim Urbanski, Energy Manager at Wicomico County Public Schools, described how he implemented Events2HVAC and tailored it to his specific needs.
By Tonya Russell on 9/15/2014 1:32 PM

When Jim Urbanski, Energy Manager at Wicomico County Public Schools in Maryland, participated in an online demonstration of Events2HVAC, he knew implementation would be easy. After studying the setup manual for just one hour, he began working and in just two days he had 160 rooms setup for automatic scheduling.

By Tonya Russell on 9/15/2014 1:09 PM
Last year, Jim Urbanski, Energy Manager at Wicomico County Public Schools in Maryland, spent 20 hours each week scheduling heating and air conditioning for after-school events. This year he spends just 20 minutes to schedule two weeks of events. That is a 99% reduction in labor hours, and he isn’t done yet.
By Tonya Russell on 1/28/2014 12:18 PM

Events2HVAC is spreading beyond the education and church markets. We now have our first installation at a major convention center, the Kansas City Convention Center in Kansas City, MO. Joel Llorente, the on-site Johnson Controls facility manager, went from spending 20 hours per week scheduling HVAC and lighting systems to two hours per week.  He said in a recent phone conversation, “Like Phil Robertson, I’m happy, happy, happy!”

By Tonya Russell on 5/8/2013 7:23 AM
Appalachian State University tested Events2HVAC in 20 rooms in their student union and found that the electricity savings alone resulted in a return on investment of only five months. How much can your building or campus save on electricity, heating/cooling fuel, and labor combined?
By Tonya Russell on 2/19/2013 2:10 PM
The Washington State Department of Ecology is using Events2HVAC as one component in a building automation effort designed to significantly reduce their carbon footprint. Oh, and they will save a lot of money too.
By Tonya Russell on 6/21/2012 2:26 PM
Wayne Pearse, Director of Building Services for Memorial Unions at the University of Kansas, describes his 10 years of experience with event automation using Events2HVAC and it's predecessor, EMS Scheduler.
By Tonya Russell on 2/14/2012 7:57 AM
Susan Hall has peace of mind because she no longer spends hours each week scheduling air conditioning for events already in the church calendar or worries about a family attending a funeral in a hot sanctuary.
By Brian Russell on 5/20/2011 1:05 PM

Jamie Schools, Executive Director of Administration at Legacy Christian Church in Overland Park, Kansas, uses Events2HVAC to save time and energy by automating HVAC based on individual room schedules. Schools oversees facilities, finance, safety and security, and human resources for all of three of Legacy’s campuses – and they are soon adding a fourth campus. For him, Events2HVAC is a blessing.

By Brian Russell on 10/10/2010 1:29 PM
At Savannah Christian Church in Savannah, GA, employees and church members are scheduling their own space using Dean Evans EMS® Professional, and Events2HVAC is automatically controlling their HVAC systems so that air is conditioned appropriately only when rooms are in use. They are saving energy and labor, and the automation has freed the facility manager to focus on other responsibilities.
By Brian Russell on 10/8/2010 2:35 PM

Jeff Goebel, Physical Plant Manager at Minnesota State University at Moorhead (MSUM), knew there had to be a better way. He wanted an easier way for his employees to control HVAC equipment across campus. He heard about a software solution called Events2HVAC at a conference and looked it up online. In May 2010, MSUM became a beta test site for the software which works as a bridge between room scheduling software and building control systems to automatically control equipment based on scheduled events. The results have been impressive.

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