Smart Ceiling Fans White Paper
GPG-029, September 2016
Smart ceiling fans can automatically turn on and off at predetermined temperatures or when a space is unoccupied. They can also adjust their speed in response to temperature changes. The National Renewable Energy Laboratory used computer models to determine the energy-saving potential of ceiling fans, and found that raising the cooling setpoint by 4°F could reduce building energy costs by as much as 11%. Click on the infographic below to enlarge.
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