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EnergySmart Grocer Helps 50-Year Grocery Biz Veteran Find New Ways to Save

Energy Efficiency Upgrades Save Energy and Money, Improve the In-Store Experience
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Over the past two years, Larry Montgomery, owner of North Shore Sentry, is projected to have saved more than 260,000 kWh and $34,000 in energy costs by upgrading to energy-efficient refrigeration and freezer equipment through the EnergySmart Grocer program.


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Ameresco Completes HVAC Makeover for Montana School District

Upgrades Make HVAC Systems Significantly More Energy Efficient
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Ameresco Inc. has announced the completion of work with Fromberg School District #6 in southern Montana renovating Fromberg High School and Fromberg Elementary Schools’ HVAC systems.


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Michigan Homes, Businesses Save $575 Million via Energy Efficiency Programs

Consumers Energy’s Energy Efficiency Programs Were Launched in 2009
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Michigan households and businesses have saved $575 million through 2013 by taking advantage of Consumers Energy’s energy efficiency programs, lowering their natural gas and electric bills, and providing a boost to the state’s economic recovery.


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Jan. 7, 2014: Microgrid Solar, Doe Run Provide Solar, Efficiency Upgrades to High School

Project Is Expected to Save Herculaneum High School More Than $44,000 Annually
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In collaboration with The Doe Run Co., St. Louis-based Microgrid Solar has partnered to provide solar and energy efficiency upgrades at Herculaneum High School (HHS). In addition to solar arrays, the project includes HVAC and lighting upgrades.


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Jan. 1, 2014: DOE Announces Winner of 2013 Better Buildings Federal Award Competition

Court House Cut Energy Intensity by 20 Percent and Saved Over $40,000 in Utility Costs
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The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced that the General Services Administration’s (GSA’s) United States Court House in Wichita, Kan., is the winner of the 2013 Better Buildings Federal Award.


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Honeywell Helps Town of Tolland Upgrade Facilities and Cut Costs

Performance Contract Expected to Trim Energy Use and Utility Bills
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Honeywell announced a retrofit and revitalization project that is expected to save Connecticut’s town of Tolland nearly $600,000 a year in utility and operating expenses, funds that will be used to make energy-efficient upgrades across multiple municipal buildings and four public schools.


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Oct. 22, 2013: Lime Energy Awarded Energy Efficiency Upgrade Contract from National Grid

New Contract Comes After Four Years of Successful Partnership
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Lime Energy Co. has announced the award of a two-year contract valued at approximately $22 million from National Grid for the implementation of its Small Business Direct Install Program for the Western New York Region. 


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Oct. 22, 2013: Johnson Controls, Hannon Armstrong Partner on $27 Million Efficiency Project

Planned Improvements Include Replacement of Chillers and Boilers
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Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital Inc., a leading provider of debt and equity financing for sustainable infrastructure projects, announced that it is working with Johnson Controls to provide the funding for nearly $27 million in energy efficiency upgrades to government buildings across the city of Louisville, Ky.


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Oct. 7, 2013: Siemens to Implement Energy Conservation Measures at Coast Guard Base

With Energy Savings Performance Contract, Siemens Guarantees Savings
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Siemens Government Technologies Inc. announced that the United States Coast Guard awarded the company a $5.3 million task order to install and implement energy conservation upgrades at the U.S. Coast Guard Base in Elizabeth City, N.C.


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Yuba County’s Solar, Efficiency Upgrades to Cut Costs by 50 Percent

Energy Efficiency Improvements Include Lighting and HVAC Upgrades
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Yuba County and Chevron Energy Solutions have announced the county government’s first solar power installation. The solar installation is expected to generate over 1 megawatt of electricity at two sites and, together with a set of energy efficiency measures, reduce the county’s annual energy purchases by 50 percent.


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