Retail buildings in the U.S. spend an annual average of $1.21 per square foot on electricity and 14 cents per square foot on natural gas. In a typical retail building, lighting, cooling, and
CMH lamps as energy efficient alternative to IR halogen. Maturity of Ceramic Metal Halide (quality, Figure 68: Comparison of Washington Energy Code to Title 24 for Retail Store Compliance The analysis in Error! Reference source not found. compares average design watts for 61 stores, with
Managing Energy Costs in Retail Buildings Managing Energy Costs in Retail Buildings Retail buildings in the U.S. use an average of 14 kilowatt-hours (kWh)
Technical Support Document: Development of the Advanced These are provided for renewable energy systems and alternative HVAC systems. • Develop baseline and low-energy retail store energy models.