where y is the predicted electricity consumption, x represents the occupancy
Though many factors are concluded to have contributed to the observed discrepancy, the higher-than-expected occupant loads (including the occupancy
dependent plug loads), due to inaccurate estimate of occupancy
related inputs made during the design process, are identified as the common significant factor from field studies conducted on six high performance buildings (Torcellini, Deru et al.
Emirates NBD Research have released a report detailing hotel occupancy
rates across the MENA region, figures suggest tourism has increased year-on-year (y/y).
detection can help reduce consumption by controlling lighting automatically.
at Beirut hotels declined 10 percent in the first quarter of 2013 as room yields dropped 35 percent, Ernst & Young's monthly survey of the MENA hotel sector showed.
The dominance of Asia-Pacific in the top 10 most expensive business locations worldwide continued, led by Hong Kong-Central --the world's most expensive market--and five other Asian markets, according to CBRE Global Research and Consulting's semi-annual Prime Office Occupancy
This period has also seen a rise in occupancy
of 3.2 percent, to 87.7 percent when compared to the same period last year.
Energy use does not always correspond to occupancy
, according to MIT researchers.
Two California apartment markets lead the nation in rent growth, while New York City apartments rank highest in occupancy
rates, according to Axiometrics Inc., Dallas.
, rates and per-room revenue all fell last year at the Delano South Beach, according to the Morgans Hotel Group's release of financial results for the fourth quarter of 2010 and the entire year.
THE hotel sector in Cardiff experienced a decline in occupancy
rates last year, according to the latest hotel performance survey from business advisory firm Deloitte in Wales.
The Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA) performance report released in October shows first-half 2010 hotel occupancy
A STATISTICAL report released recently by the Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA) reveals that the rate of occupancy
in hotels in Makkah during the first half of 2010 (from January to June) reached 54.6 per cent compared to 52.6 in the same period last year, representing two per cent growth, while the occupancy
in furnished flats reached 50.2 percent for the first quarter of 2010, compared to 47.5 per cent during the same time last year, a growth rate of 2.7 per cent.
Before the hotel industry started seeing a decline, occupancy
averaged 59.4 percent and revpar averaged $64.57 in the first five months of 2008.