Upgrades to lower operating costs and enhance energy management
July 18, 2016
Honeywell and the U.S. Army have announced a $29 million modernization project at Tobyhanna Army Depot in Pennsylvania. The project will provide critical facility upgrades that are expected to lower the army depot’s annual energy consumption by more than 20 percent and water consumption by more than 8 percent.
Project funded through an energy savings performance contract
July 4, 2016
Siemens has been awarded a $38.6 million contract by the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BoP) to implement a comprehensive set of energy and water conservation measures at two correctional facilities in eastern Kentucky that are expected to save the federal government and taxpayers $2.5 million annually.
Energy efficiency initiatives to help schools achieve high-quality learning environment
June 6, 2016
Ameresco Inc. and the Kentucky School District announced they are partnering on a comprehensive $2.9 million guaranteed energy savings contract (GESC) to improve Wolfe County Schools (WCS) facilities and increase operational efficiency.
The shelter was in urgent need of an immediate upgrade
May 9, 2016
The Orlando, Florida-based Women’s Residential and Counseling Center is a transitional establishment for local women and children who have experienced hardship and are looking for a safe place to temporarily call home.
Since the Punta Cana airport is within a kilometer of the ocean and its salt air, when working on the new international terminal, it was important to consider the choice of cooling towers that support the chillers for the terminal’s HVAC system.
The challenge of prioritizing IAQ and using high ventilation rates is to cost effectively treat the fresh outdoor air for temperature and humidity. For the past 15 years, Drury Southwest has utilized rotary energy recovery wheels manufactured by Airxchange Inc. in new hotel constructions and HVAC system renovations.
Recent energy legislation enhances Arkansas Energy Performance Contracting program
March 21, 2016
Johnson Controls and Arkansas State University have signed a $15 million energy performance contract that will advance the university's sustainability initiatives, including improvements to HVAC, energy management, lighting, water conservation, waste management, and utility monitoring systems.