Contracts & Installations

Newton County GA Tabs ABM Building Solutions for Upgrades

Carl Weinschenk

Newton County, GA, has signed two contracts with ABM Building Solutions for upgrades to the Newtown County Detention Center and other county facilities, according to the Newton Citizen. The contracts are worth $14.4 million. They guarantee about $7.3 million for the jail and $7.09 million for other facilities in need of repair. The contracts require   …Continue Reading

GE Power Providing Software to New York State

Carl Weinschenk

GE Power will provide the New York State Power Authority (NYPA) with software that will monitor, analyze and enhance its operating capabilities across its 16 generating facilities and the electricity transmission network, according to GE. The move is part of a five-year initiative by the NYPA. The goal is to improve efficiency, reliability and cost-effectiveness,   …Continue Reading

C-PACE Project Almost Done in CT

Carl Weinschenk

Curtis Packaging, a company that provides luxury packaging, has almost finished a $2.5 million project to improve energy efficiency and increase use of renewables at its Sandy Hook, CT, headquarters. Financing for the project is from the Connecticut Green Bank, according to Westfair Communications. The vehicle is a Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) financing.   …Continue Reading

Driving Energy Efficiency by Improving the Owner/Tenant Relationship

Carl Weinschenk

Things can be tricky when the organization occupying a facility doesn’t own it. Three groups are cooperating to help the sides lean how to work through the issues.

$8M Project to Upgrade Chillicothe (OH) Correctional Institute

Carl Weinschenk

The Ohio Air Quality Development Authority this month approved $8 million in financing for an energy efficiency and conservation project at the Chillicothe Correctional Institute. The 30-building campus houses more than 2,700 inmates and has more than 540 employees, according to the Chillicothe Gazette. The campus, which is more than 80 years old, initially was   …Continue Reading

Veolia Checks Into the UK’s Tallest Hotel

Carl Weinschenk

Combined heat and power (CHP) is getting quite a boost: When it is finished this autumn, the tallest hotel in the United Kingdom will use CHP to provide heat and hot water. Veolia’s technology will be used at the Novatel London Canary Wharf hotel, which will be 39 stories high and have 313 guest rooms,   …Continue Reading

Ameresco to Upgrade Federal Prison in Butner, NC

Carl Weinschenk

Ameresco announced this week that it has entered into an Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC) with the U.S. Federal Bureau of Prisons. Under terms of the contract, Ameresco will install energy and water conservation technology at the 776-acre Federal Correctional Complex in Butner, N.C. The contract is valued at $53.1 million. Ameresco says that the   …Continue Reading

Raleigh Convention Center Saves Via LED Retrofit

Carl Weinschenk

American City & County offers a case study of a lighting retrofit at The Raleigh Convention Center. The facility hosts 440,000 visitors and 250 to 300 events annually. Graybar previously had upgraded the lights to its underground area. The more recent upgrade was to the exhibit hall. Graybar worked though the U.S. Communities Government Purchasing   …Continue Reading

Submissions Now Accepted for Energy Manager Today Awards

Jennifer Hermes

Energy Manager Today has opened its submission period for the 2016 Energy Manager Today Awards. Products that help companies improve energy management are eligible for a Product of the Year Award. Companies that implement projects that successfully improve energy management metrics can submit the project for a Project of the Year Award.   As companies know, the   …Continue Reading

Efficiency Project Complete in Meriden, CT

Carl Weinschenk

The Meriden Enterprise Center in Meriden, CT, says that its rooftop solar array is fully installed. The solar array is one element of a two-part project that will provide 215 KW and more than 250 kWh annually. The project was financed by Connecticut Green Bank’s C-PACE (Connecticut-Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy) program. The project also   …Continue Reading