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Traditional Cooling Comes With a Price

Comfort has become a necessity and for Hawaii’s commercial buildings, air conditioning costs have come to represent more than one third of total electricity use. Approximately 70% of a building owner’s cost goes towards operating expensive on-site equipment including chillers, condenser pumps, and cooling towers. This cost depends on the volatile and increasing costs of electricity, water, sewage and other operating costs. A smaller portion, approximately thirty percent, is attributed to relative stable capital costs for replacement and maintenance of air conditioning equipment.

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