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Dept. of Defense to review Energy Efficiency Technologies Presented By The Technology Consortium
The Technology Consortium will be detailing their energy efficiency technologies, The HELP System and SPEED Series at Department of Defense energy fair.
One of the major energy costs to the DoD in their worldwide bases and facilities is for HVAC and related equipment. The HELP System is currently the only retrofit equipment capable of reducing this cost. The HELP System and SPEED Series equipment have been certified and proven to dramatically cut energy costs in thousands of international installations. The DoD is eager to prove similar energy efficiency results by conducting pilot installations. TTC is currently the exclusive source of this technology in North America.
The HELP System was selected by an industrial panel of experts as a 2010 Innovision Award winner in the “Small Enterprise” category. Following a similar technology review the SPEED Series was recently selected as one of four finalists in the “Sustainability”
The Technology Consortium, Ltd is a design/engineering firm that has recently started offering this new energy efficiency equipment to the North American market. Following years of R&D effort by a major electronics firm, the technology has been perfected, tested, certified, and released to the industrial/commercial market. By combining two mature and accepted technologies, we have optimized the efficiency potential of both.
About The HELP System: The HELP System utilizes smart-microprocessor technology that is similar to systems utilized by other major HVAC manufacturers in their premium lines. However, the HELP System is currently the only retrofit equipment that will upgrade existing HVAC equipment to this new variable compressor technology without removing or replacing any existing components. The HELP System has been proven to reduce energy (kWh) consumption by 30-50% in actual industrial applications.
About The SPEED Series: The SPEED Series uses the same smart-microprocessor technology featured in the HELP System. The combining of this microprocessor with existing NASA technology has allowed users who could not vary the speed of their motors to enjoy an energy (kWh) consumption reduction of 15 to 25%.