How It Works: Verdant Smart Energy Management System

Installed in over 7,000 hotels, multifamily, senior living, and student housing properties, Verdant’s energy management system maximizes your energy efficiency without compromising comfort. Our smart thermostats combine intelligent occupancy sensors with patented software to reduce HVAC energy usage and achieve ESG goals.

With over 45 years of experience, we design our thermostats to offer advanced features that cater to diverse needs. Verdant’s thermostats boast universal compatibility with all HVAC types, seamlessly integrating into your existing or modern infrastructure.

Our patented communication protocol leverages low-frequency radio waves that easily penetrate thick walls and cover long distances. This innovative technology operates independently of Wi-Fi, Zigbee, or additional networking equipment, ensuring reliable performance and connectivity across your property. Say goodbye to connectivity limitations!

Join our industry-leading partners in various fields who trust our energy management solutions for exceptional savings. Learn how you can reduce HVAC runtimes by 45% on average with Verdant’s plug & play, award-winning energy management system.

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Runtime reduction savings is calculated by comparing operation time data for a North American sample of Verdant’s occupancy sensing setbacks against traditional thermostat settings with no setbacks. Reductions may vary based on equipment type/condition, insulation, climate & temperature adjustment size/frequency.

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Frequently Asked Questions: How Verdant Works

What are energy management systems?

Energy management systems are comprehensive tools and practices designed to monitor, control, and optimize energy usage in various settings, particularly residential and commercial properties. Energy management software typically combines proprietary hardware and data analysis to provide insights into energy consumption patterns, identify areas of inefficiency, and implement strategies for improvement. By tracking energy usage, setting targets, and automating processes, energy management solutions help property managers reduce energy waste, lower costs, and minimize their environmental impact. Energy management systems also play a crucial role in enhancing sustainability efforts, helping organizations reach their ESG goals. 

What are the objectives of energy management?

Simply put, the objectives of energy management are to optimize energy consumption, reduce energy and utility costs, and ultimately, enhance energy efficiency. By setting targets, monitoring energy usage, and implementing energy-saving measures, such as smart thermostats, property managers can minimize waste and environmental impact. In other words, energy management aims to identify areas of inefficiency, promote sustainable practices, and adopt renewable energy sources whenever feasible. Additionally, it seeks to raise awareness about energy conservation and foster a culture of responsible energy use, contributing to a more sustainable and resilient future.

What are the benefits of energy management?

Energy management offers several benefits, including reduced energy costs, increased energy efficiency, and a lower carbon footprint. Property managers can save money, improve their bottom line, and enhance competitiveness by optimizing energy usage. Energy management also contributes to environmental sustainability by reducing greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants. Moreover, it enhances energy security and reliability by minimizing dependence on external energy sources. Overall, energy management leads to a more sustainable, cost-effective, and environmentally responsible approach to energy consumption and usage.

How does an energy management system work?

An energy management system works by integrating hardware, software, and data analysis to monitor, control, and optimize energy usage. Energy management systems, such as collect real-time data from energy meters, sensors, and other sources to track energy consumption patterns. The energy management software then analyzes this data to identify areas of inefficiency and wastage. Based on the insights gained, energy management solutions implement energy-saving measures, such as automation, scheduling, and load balancing. Continuous monitoring and adjustments help maintain and improve energy efficiency, leading to reduced energy costs.

Why is energy management important?

Energy management is crucial due to its impact on sustainability, helping reduce energy consumption and costs all-while reducing carbon emissions. Indeed, energy management is designed to enhance energy efficiency, ensure reliable energy supply, and promote energy security. Energy management also helps property managers remain competitive by reducing operational costs. Overall, energy management systems play a significant role in mitigating climate change, conserving resources, and fostering a more sustainable and resilient energy future for all.

What is the night occupancy mode feature? How does it work?

Verdant’s smart thermostats come equipped with night occupancy mode, ensuring optimal energy usage even while your occupant’s sleep. Best of all, your guests remain completely undisturbed. The night occupancy mode feature ensures that temperature setback is completely disabled while occupants are asleep without the need for any additional hardware. In other words, this feature allows the thermostat to automatically adjust the temperature settings during nighttime or when the building or home is unoccupied. 

What is the dynamic intelligent recovery feature? How does it work?

Dynamic Intelligent Recovery (DIR) is a feature found in some advanced smart thermostats. It is designed to optimize heating and cooling efficiency and maintain a comfortable environment inside a building or home. This feature works by anticipating the time it takes for the heating or cooling system to reach the desired temperature based on historical data and current weather conditions. It is available in both the ZX and VX smart thermostats