In real estate, smart business is the key to success.
Tozour Energy Systems SMART services are helping property managers, developers and c-suite executives reach business success with more efficient and cost saving buildings.
“Tozour is defining how buildings of the future will operate!” – Executive Vice President Frank Rhea.
The Tozour SMART (Strategic Measurement And Response Technology) Center is where technology and experience meet to deliver measurable outcomes. Tozour has been on the forefront of the building automation world, and has helped clients save millions of dollars via their innovative approach to continuously measuring building systems performance and reacting to the data it receives.
Tozour is a full-service HVAC and building automation provider and the Trane commercial equipment franchise for Philadelphia and South Jersey. More than a decade ago, Tozour recognized that data analytics would play a huge role in its future success and has implemented a strategy that places them on the industry[...]
Tozour Energy Systems is proud to have provided the energy plant at Princeton University with a condensing heat recovery system to improve the efficiency of its cogeneration plant. This system, along with high-efficiency Trane centrifugal chillers, is helping the university save more than $1 million in energy costs annually.
Read more about the history and future of Princeton University’s cogeneration plant in Sustainable Business Magazine.
Tozour Energy Systems offers state-of-the-art system solutions, including high efficiency HVAC equipment and controls from Trane and other product partners.
Let Tozour Energy Systems reduce energy costs in your building while improving comfort with customized, measurable and sustainable solutions.
After announcing the acquisition of The Baase Company, Tozour President Kevin Duffy talked with the Philadelphia Business Journal about the deal. It’s a Q&A article that touches on Tozour’s history with Baase and how the deal came together.
Here’s a snippet:
Why make this move? They are a shop of five people, three of whom retired with this deal and we brought two of their folks on board. We have a broader coverage and sell Trane equipment. This is adding to the products we can offer. This is a good time to be acquiring. We have a strong balance sheet and financial position and will keep an eye out for other acquisitions we can make. This is the first company we have bought.
To read the full story, click here.
The news release has more details: Tozour Energy Systems Acquires The Baase Company
Recently, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a phase-out plan on several commonly-used, high-Global Warning Potential (GWP) refrigerants effective as early as 2021. Centrifugal chillers, positive displacement chillers, cold storage warehouses and other retail refrigeration equipment may be affected by this change.
Common chiller refrigerants included under the new regulations include R-134a, R410A, R407C, R-245fa and more. In an effort to reduce the threat of harmful emissions affecting the local environment, the EPA has released new listings of safer substitutes to replace the newly prohibited refrigerants.
Tozour Energy Systems has the product access and expertise to help you through this phase-out period and assist in ensuring your facility’s equipment is operating in accordance with these new regulations.
For those of you who may not be aware, New Jersey has an excellent P4P (Pay for Performance) program. Designed for larger buildings, the Pay for Performance program can help save 15% or more on energy consumption or help you construct a new building 15% below the current energy code. Pay for Performance relies on a network of program partners to implement efficiency projects and Tozour Energy Systems has been an approved partner for the over 8 years.
The New Construction component is designed for schools and other buildings with 50,000 square feet or more of planned space, as well as buildings undergoing substantial renovation. The Existing Buildings component is designed for buildings with a peak demand in excess of 200 kW in any of the preceding twelve months.
Pay for Performance incentives are awarded upon the satisfactory completion of three milestones: a complete proposed energy reduction plan; a complete as-built energy reduction plan; and a complete[...]