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Roof Top Unit Optimization
Distribution Centre

Modern City


To enhance mechanical performance at their 500,000 sq. ft. Distribution Centre, Nike Canada optimized their rooftop units and unit heaters to improve ventilation performance, CO2 levels, and climate control.


Address irregular heating and cooling issues that led to employee complaints and implement a solution for remote energy performance management.

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Scope of Work

Installed 58 wireless communicating thermostats

Introduced "common wire" for all thermostats

Measured and recorded CO2 levels in warehouse and office spaces to manage fresh air intake

Stablished a remote energy performance  for real-time monitoring and control


  • Identified equipment failures and alarms in real-time

  • Secured significant utility incentives

  • Achieved annual energy savings of $44,182

  • Realized a 111% return on investment with a 9-month payback period

  • Reduced GHG emissions by 239.6 metric tonnes of CO2 (32%)

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Judges’ Comments

"Industrial properties often struggle with energy management due to basic rooftop unit technology and lack of smart controls. This project exemplifies the innovative use of technology to enhance performance visibility, yielding substantial financial savings and environmental benefits."

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Roof Top Unit Optimization
Distribution Centre


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