Resources

This page provides Cleveland Thermal’s customers with useful information about district energy and the programs available.

Degree Day Calculations

As defined by the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), a “degree day” is a unit of measure for recording how hot or how cold it has been over a 24-hour period.

Why do we need to know the number of “degree days?”

Tracking “degree days” is a good way to generally keep track of how much demand there has been for energy needed for either heating or cooling buildings. The cooler the weather, the larger the number of “heating degree days,” and the heavier the demand for energy needed to heat buildings. The same rule of thumb applies for warm weather. The warmer the weather, the larger the number of “cooling degree days,” and the heavier the demand for energy needed to cool buildings.

Where can I find the actual number of “degree days” accumulated in recent months? 

Download this report outlining Degree Days. In addition, you can log onto the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) website

Steam System Training Available

If you are interested in having Cleveland Thermal conduct a Steam System Seminar for your Facilities Team, email us via the link below. Space is limited. Contact us to reserve your space now!

Steam Survey Services

If you are considering potential steam system improvements in your facility, the results could be worthwhile. In fact, in many facilities, steam system improvements will lower energy costs. Contact us today to learn how Cleveland Thermal can help you tap into potential savings for your facility. Cleveland Thermal offers a number of tools for evaluating and identifying steam system improvements including traps, control valves, etc.

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