Commitment to Carbon Neutrality
For Colleges, Universities and Higher Education Campuses
Knowledge applied is energy saved.
Over 100 years of knowledge and experience enables us to manage your thermal utilities better than anyone in the world. Our reliable, hardworking products and customized services are designed to stabilize or lower your overall utility expenses while helping you reach your goals for reducing energy expenditures and emissions.
Our advanced steam system efficiency methodology has United Nations and Kyoto Protocol approvals.
Our specialists can help you achieve your performance goals as an American College and University Presidents' Climate Commitment (ACUPCC) signatory, and as a Strategic Business Partner of the Association of Physical Plant Administrators (APPA). Armstrong's steam system efficiency methodology has been approved by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), and ours is the first efficiency methodology to be approved for international trading of resultant carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions under the Kyoto Protocol.
- Case Studies
- Recommended Courses
- Metering & Submetering
- Smart Utility System management
- Smart Hot Water System Monitoring & Documentation
- Flow measurement
- Hot Water
- Steam & Condensate
- Optimization Services
Reducing Power Plant Steam Costs
Armstrong helps a renowned university lower power plant steam costs by 21% within two years.View Online | Download PDF
Achieving Energy Management Goals
Steam trap management program enables university to improve efficiency and reduce costs and carbon emissions.View Online | Download PDF
Recommendations from Armstrong University
This course discusses Smart Solutions and industry applications, wireless technology, the value of steam asset management; and how to use Smart Solutions to identify system issues and reduce energy costs.Learn More
Typical Energy Savings in Hot Water Systems
Discover typical hot water efficiencies and methods of capturing waste heat to pre-heat water; review system efficiencies versus equipment returns on investment.Learn More