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Welcome to Cypress Envirosystems

Cypress Envirosystems provides solutions to retrofit existing commercial buildings and industrial facilities for energy efficiency, auto-demand response, improved asset utilization and lower maintenance costs.

Our solutions are based on our portfolio of innovative products, such as the Wireless Pneumatic Thermostat, Wireless Gauge Reader, and Wireless Steam Trap Monitor. These technologies and any that we develop must meet the following three criteria:

  • Non-invasive and install in minutes
  • Cost 60-80% less than alternative solutions
  • Pay back in around 18 months

See how our unique approach has improved real facilities:

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Recent Posts

TODAY’S FACILITY MANAGER – The HVAC Factor: Wireless Thermostat Conversion

Early in 2011, the City of Oakland (CA), Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E), and Quantum Energy Services & Technologies, Inc. (QuEST) established the

August 12, 2013

Building Operating Management (BOM) – Energy Efficiency: Working the Plan

Glenborough has built a reputation for energy efficiency across its portfolio. Now it’s pushing for a new level of energy performance from its

April 18, 2013

Engineered Systems Magazine – Wireless Pneumatic Thermostats Deliver Smoother Upgrade

Operating and maintaining one of the nation’s top hospitals requires knowledge and experience; Walt Dubois has both. He has spent the last 13

October 31, 2012

From the Blog

Guest Blogger, David Gottfried: A ‘Henry Ford’ Moment for Green

Cypress Envirosystems is a founding Member of the Regenerative Network, the consortium of leading green building providers that I started to push the

June 22, 2011

Wireless Communications Standard

Building managers that have been around long enough are likely very familiar with the evolution of communications standards. BACnet was touted as the

January 26, 2011

Pneumatics don't have to be a pain in the neck

Pneumatics leak, air gets dirty and oily, and compressors need to be run and maintained. These are the challenges facing those that maintain

January 22, 2011