ETS Teams up with Lowe’s and Electrolux on Innovative Wireless PTAC Pilot Program for Metropolitan NY/NJ Multifamily Buildings

New Generation Wireless HVAC Units, to be Exhibited by Lowe’s at the 2015 Consumer and Electronics Show, Offers Anytime/Anywhere Control through Smartphone Mobile Applications

2015 International CES

SUMMIT, N.J.--()--Energy Technology Savings L.L.C. (ETS), an independent provider of energy efficiency and smart building technology solutions, today announced the first-of-its-kind wireless PTAC pilot program with Lowe’s and Electrolux to test new heating and cooling units in multifamily, high-rise buildings. A packaged terminal air conditioner, or PTAC, is a self-contained heating and air conditioning unit commonly found in hotels and condominium and rental buildings.

The wireless HVAC units, which will be deployed in five different metropolitan NY/NJ locations, were designed to enable building operations management and residents to better manage and reduce energy costs with anytime, anywhere smartphone mobile applications to control and schedule heating and air conditioning appliances.

Lowe’s will display the wireless PTAC unit at its booth during the 2015 International Consumer and Electronics Show (CES) from January 6-9 in Las Vegas. Executives from Lowe’s and ETS will be on hand to discuss the new generation product at Booth #70632 in the Sands Expo Hall.

“ETS’ comprehensive data collection and diagnostics systems are influencing new developments in smart building technology in the residential and commercial multifamily sectors by providing critical, in-the-field information vital to advancements in technology and behavior modifications,” said Jeff Hendler, Chief Executive Officer of ETS. “Our holistic vision to harness wearable devices with smart mobile applications is unleashing big data from big buildings. The wireless PTAC units are a great example of how leading smart home appliance providers like Lowe’s and Electrolux are embracing these new paths to energy savings and resident comfort by actively taking it from concept to reality.”

The collaboration with Lowe’s and Electrolux reflects ETS’ strategy of developing business relationships with leading smart technology providers. The company recently demonstrated Lowe’s smart home products in the New York City multifamily marketplace.

About Energy Technology Savings, L.L.C.

ETS was founded in 2012 by Jeff Hendler, a 20-year Energy Industry veteran, and institutional owners of large multi-family properties in New York and New Jersey. Experts in the smart building field, ETS implements a series of targeted smart building management strategies to help clients’ buildings consume less energy, mitigate property damage, save money, and increase property value and NOI. ETS’ Fast Trak Smart Building Services program retrieves vital property data with smart meters and sensors, processes that data to reveal actionable cost savings protocols, and presents those protocols to property managers via smart mobile applications to empower management to (i) reduce energy costs, (ii) enhance preventative maintenance programs and (iii) increase system productivity. ETS’ big data collection, analysis, and advisory services provide asset managers with the required metrics to assess the ROI on capital investments installing energy reduction and mechanical fault detection equipment. Many of these mobile services and wearable devices are available for residents as well.

More information on ETS can be found on the company’s website, www.etsemerald.com.

Contacts

Media:
CAHN Communications
George M. Cahn, 201-876-3100
C: 201-988-2408
gcahn@cahncomm.com

Release Summary

ETS teams up with Lowe's and Electrolux on innovative wireless heating and cooling units for multi-family buildings. Lowe’s will display the wireless PTAC unit at its booth during the 2015 CES Show.

Contacts

Media:
CAHN Communications
George M. Cahn, 201-876-3100
C: 201-988-2408
gcahn@cahncomm.com