WiSuite installs energy management thermostats at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square

WiSuite, a provider of guestroom energy management systems, will be providing reductions to energy consumption at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square by installing the WiSuite system into 1,915 guestrooms.

With the hotel averaging 98 percent occupancy, WiSuite completed the installation in three weeks. No guestrooms were taken offline during the thermostat upgrade. As part of the installation and commissioning process, WiSuite provided a building savings profile that utilizes guest occupancy patterns. The WiSuite system was interfaced to the existing Property Management System (PMS).

Hilton San Francisco Union Square selected the WiSuite system because it addressed their triple bottom line initiative and provided proven trackable results.

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WiSuite, headquartered in Detroit, Michigan, is an American manufacturer of advanced software-based energy management solutions and in-room controls for the lodging, healthcare and educational customers throughout the world. WiSuite’s Intelligent Network, along with the WiStat-SS product line, provides savings, management and reporting of a building’s energy consumption. Its lodging customers include leading global brands ranging from mid-scale hotels to five-star luxury properties, including Hilton, Hyatt, Marriott, IHG, casinos and more.

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