Comfy optimizes energy efficiency and occupant comfort
July 20, 2015
Glumac’s new 17,500-square-foot office is the first Net Zero Tenant Improvement Living Building Challenge (LBC) registered project in the United States. The company views Comfy, from Building Robotics, as an integral component of its net zero energy design.
IceBank tanks allow district to reduce peak energy consumption by more than 20 percent
July 6, 2015
CALMAC® announced that the Alamo Heights Independent School District (AHISD) in San Antonio is using the company’s ice-based energy storage technology to cool more than 325,000 square feet across five buildings on its high school campus and reduce its peak energy consumption.
Project is expected to save approximately 31 percent of the schools’ annual energy spend
June 22, 2015
Ameresco Inc. and the Gordon-Rushville Public School District announced they are partnering on a comprehensive $5.8 million energy savings performance contract (ESPC) to improve the overall energy efficiency of Gordon-Rushville High School, Gordon-Rushville Middle School, and Gordon Elementary School.
Amalie Arena is expected to save an estimated $600,000 per year in energy costs
June 8, 2015
Heat Pipe Technology (HPT) a division of MiTek® Industries, a Berkshire Hathaway company, announced it has completed a successful installation at Amalie Arena, home of the NHL’s Tampa Bay Lightning, that reduced humidity levels, improved ice quality, and cut energy costs.
Energy and Water System Renovations to Save Alabama School District $11.7 Million over Next 20 Years
May 18, 2015
Schneider Electric announced it is partnering with Lawrence County Schools in Moulton, Alabama, to execute an energy savings performance contract (ESPC) that will fund critical infrastructure renovations the district could not otherwise afford. The contract guarantees $430,000 in savings per year for the next 20 years.
Capital Improvements Made Without Added Burden to Local Taxpayers
May 4, 2015
ABM announced its ABM Building Solutions business is completing a multi-million dollar contract of extensive energy and facility improvements to government and school buildings throughout the town of West Boylston, Massachusetts.
Company Uses Only a Third of the Original Chemicals Intended for Water Treatment
April 20, 2015
Docupak LLC, a marketing company headquartered in Alabaster, Alabama, has removed all scale from its cooling tower and reduced chemical usage by a third after installing the patented Scalewatcher computerized, electronic water conditioner from Scalewatcher North America.
Utility Expense and Data Management Provides Insights for Energy Efficiency Efforts
April 6, 2015
Ecova, an energy and sustainability management company, announced it has been selected by Chuck E. Cheese’s to provide utility expense and data management services. Ecova will assist the family dining and entertainment company in monitoring, understanding, and reducing energy use at approximately 525 locations nationwide.
Contractor Will Gain Greater Visibility to Its Operations and Financial Performance
March 23, 2015
Computer Guidance Corp., a provider of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, has announced that Sound Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Inc., serving customers in the state of New York and surrounding area, has signed to upgrade to Computer Guidance’s latest ERP platform — Hosted eCMS v.4.0.
Resort Also Gained an Additional $500,000 in One-Time Rebates from Local Electric and Gas Utilities
March 9, 2015
Owners at Pacific Palms Resort in City of Industry, California, expect recently completed infrastructure upgrades to generate first-year savings of more than $540,000 in energy and operational costs, including nearly $343,000 in energy costs and on top of that, nearly $203,000 additional in operational savings.