Goal of the Auction Is to Identify and Enable Turnkey Energy Efficiency Projects That Provide the Best Value
September 11, 2014
Hawaii Energy is launching the Hawaii Energy Efficiency Auction. The auction is an open call for contractors, developers, energy efficiency solution providers, and others to submit qualified energy efficiency projects to compete for up to $2.1 million in incentive funds to offset project costs.
‘Supermarkets May Be Leaving a Lot of Money on the Table’
August 26, 2014
Supermarkets in the United States can now get expert help in securing energy-efficiency rebates from utilities. The service is for supermarkets that invest in initiatives to improve energy efficiency but may not collect all the utility rebates for which they qualify, said Abtar Singh, chief executive of Singh360.
Consumers Energy’s Energy Efficiency Programs Were Launched in 2009
February 10, 2014
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.
Company Grows to Meet Increased Demand for Business and Residential Energy Efficiency Programs
February 5, 2014
CLEAResult, a company that designs and implements energy efficiency programs, announced that eic|ComfortHome (Lancaster, Pa.), Fluid Market Strategies (Portland, Ore.), Resource Solutions Group (Half Moon Bay, Calif.), and Willis Energy Services (Vancouver, British Columbia) are now united under the CLEAResult name.
Company Increasing Office Footprint by More Than 50 Percent and Expanding Workforce by 20 Percent
January 31, 2014
Bluestone Energy Services LLC, a leader in energy conservation engineering and services for a variety of sectors including industrial and retail, has announced plans for a significant company expansion that includes the physical footprint of its Norwell corporate headquarters and an increase in staff.
Funding for renewable incentives comes from a variety of sources including federal, state, and private funds. Although many of these incentives are directed at the end user — tax breaks, loans, and rebates can be used by contractors to open the door for new business in the HVAC marketplace.