Ameresco’s energy savings performance contract for Austin Energy’s Domain District Cooling Plant includes the installation of a new chilled water storage system that will help reduce the plant’s peak electricity usage by shifting the chilled water load and associated electric consumption from on-peak to off-peak hours.
NRG will help the new Santa Clara Stadium become the first professional football stadium to open with Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification and the first professional sports venue to achieve net zero energy performance in California during 49ers home games.
For over half a century, Slant/Fin has called Long Island home. As with virtually everyone else in the New York metro area and New Jersey, everyone employed there was in some way affected by Hurricane Sandy. Some suffered damage to their homes and cars, and almost all were without power at home for a week or more.
Tecogen Inc. announced that it has signed a contract with the Brevoort East, a luxury 323 unit high-rise co-op in Greenwich Village, N.Y., to provide a turnkey Tecogen combined cooling, heating, and power (CCHP) system. The system will deliver electricity, space heating, domestic hot water, and air conditioning to the building’s common areas.
The winter season is unpredictable, and nobody knows what frigid weather may be coming up in 2013. Tozour Energy Systems, an HVAC equipment and service provider, offers a short list of tips for commercial building owners and operators to help them save on their energy bills this season.
CALMAC announced the installation of its IceBank® thermal energy storage tanks at Sierra College in Rocklin, Calif. The installation of the energy storage system at the outdoor Campus Center resulted not only in efficient cooling and cost savings, but art students use the tanks as a palette for painting their artistic expressions.
Kings County and Chevron Energy Solutions announced completion of a solar and energy efficiency program expected to reduce energy costs at 23 sites within the county. This work marks the third phase of a sustainability program that Kings County embarked on with Chevron Energy Solutions in 2004.
A new kind of roof-and-attic system field-tested at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) has been developed to keep homes cool in summer and prevent heat loss in winter, a multi-seasonal efficiency uncommon in roof and attic design.
Entropy Solutions Inc., a bio-based specialty company, has announced the launch of Chillin’ Brew™ panels, a new product designed and engineered to keep beer at the absolute coldest temperature possible.