New York Hilton Midtown to increase building efficiency

New York Hilton Midtown

New York Hilton Midtown selects smart building software company Entic to provide operational efficiency and energy savings through enhanced visibility into the hotel’s major energy consuming systems. The project marks the 26th engagement between Entic and Hilton, who in 2015 embarked on an enterprise-wide initiative to bring energy savings and sustainability to the hospitality leader’s portfolio of properties.

“Using real-time data analysis from the building’s major energy consuming systems, we’ll gain unprecedented insights into its operation and work towards our goal of identifying and reducing significant energy waste within the first 30 days,” said Carlos Diaz, CEO of Entic. 

New York Hilton Midtown stands at 47 stories tall and features more than 1,900 guestrooms and 150,000 square feet of meeting space, making it one of the largest hotels in New York City. The building is also home to the city’s largest hotel ballroom, largest self-contained function space.

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As an iconic destination, the property has vastly different energy needs throughout the year. By partnering with Entic, the hotel will gain comprehensive insights into the true performance of its systems and be able to achieve year-round peak efficiency.

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