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University of California’s New Retail Energy Supplier: Itself

Josh Kessler

The University of California (UC) has become a licensed electric service provider and now plans to switch from a third-party supplier to purchasing power from its own Wholesale Power Program. This program will serve several university and medical campuses throughout the state. According to a press release from UC, administrators believe they can achieve a   …Continue Reading

Office Buildings and Schools to Save $15B with New DOE Standards

Noah Horowitz

On the very last day of 2014, the Department of Energy (DOE) released new energy efficiency standards for linear fluorescent lights that will lower the electric bills of virtually every office building, school, and hospital across the country by $15 billion through 2030. The new DOE standards are a big deal as there are billions   …Continue Reading

Pumps Help Net-Zero Campus Save Energy

Linda Hardesty

A greenhouse at Chatham University in Pittsburgh Penn., is serviced by Stratos energy saving pumps with electronic commutated motors from Wilo USA. The pumps help maintain soil temperature for year-round plant growth. Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus has been built from the ground up for the study of sustainable living. Eden Hall has been designed   …Continue Reading

NYPA, SUNY Complete Energy Efficiency Projects

Karen Henry

The New York Power Authority (NYPA) has completed energy efficiency projects at two State University of New York (SUNY) campuses—the University at Buffalo and Upstate Medical University—that will save a combined $1.4 million in annual energy costs. The $27 million in upgrades were carried out under Gov. Cuomo’s Build Smart NY program, a statewide initiative   …Continue Reading

Oregon School District Signs ESPC

Linda Hardesty

The South Lane School District in Oregon hired Ameresco for a comprehensive $2.1 million Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC) to improve eight schools and five support buildings and enhance overall energy efficiency. Ameresco conducted a technical energy audit on nearly 480,000 square feet of building space and identified comprehensive energy efficiency, water management and related   …Continue Reading

Pennsylvania School District Signs $20.9M ESPC

Linda Hardesty

The Neshaminy school board in Bucks County, Penn., unanimously approved the $20.9 million Phase 1 energy savings performance contract (ESPC) presented by Harrisburg, Penn.-based Reynolds Energy Services. The work includes major upgrades to three district schools, including air conditioning at all three schools, new windows, new air fixtures, a new boiler at one school, upgrades   …Continue Reading

Texas School District Switches to LEDs for Gyms

Linda Hardesty

Noribachi partnered with Seahurst Electric to deliver LED lighting upgrades for the Madisonville Consolidated Independent School District (CISD) in Madisonville, Texas. The project goals, outlined by CMTA Consulting Engineers, were to achieve better lighting, enhance energy efficiency and reduce maintenance costs across the school district’s five gyms. The high school gym lighting also needed to   …Continue Reading

Energy Management System Saves University $400,000 a Year

Karen Henry

Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, is committed to becoming a carbon-neutral campus by 2050. But ad-hoc energy efficiency projects have not been enough to meet energy reduction targets, so the university purchased a sub-metering systems for its entire portfolio of energy systems, using Lucid’s BuildingOS to make performance data instantly accessible. Access to real-time   …Continue Reading

Canadian Schools Sign FIT Agreements with Ameresco

Linda Hardesty

Two Ontario school boards, Grand Erie District School Board (GEDSB) in Brantford and Le Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario (CEPEO) in Ottawa, signed 20-year solar agreements with Ameresco Canada. Ameresco has completed the installation of 20 PV rooftop systems with GEDSB, and 12 PV rooftop systems with CEPEO, with an aggregate capacity   …Continue Reading

California Approves $13.5M in Loans for Energy Upgrades to Schools

Linda Hardesty

The California Energy Commission approved $13.5 million for energy efficiency measures to 14 schools in three school districts in the San Francisco Bay Area, San Joaquin County and Orange County. Funding is provided by the Clean Energy Jobs Act (Proposition 39) through the Energy Conservation Assistance Act (ECAA) and must be used for energy projects.   …Continue Reading

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