To decrease utility expenses and operating costs, the First Hawaiian Bank turned to Energy Industries for a comprehensive energy feasibility study.
The Energy Feasibility Study identified thirteen energy conservation measures, or ECMs, that First Hawaiian Bank could use to reduce its energy consumption. Ultimately, First Hawaiian Bank decided to implement nine electrical measures, totaling more than one million kWh of annual electricity savings.
An important feature of the First Hawaiian Bank retrofit is the integration of the ECMs listed above. When multiple pieces of equipment are part of the same system, an upgrade of one piece of equipment will affect and benefit the others as well.