Summit Hotel Properties Chooses Ecova to Reduce Utility Spending

Summit Hotel Properties Chooses Ecova to Reduce Utility Spending

Austin, Texas-based Summit Hotel Properties, a leading U.S. hotel owner in the upscale segment, announced on April 6 that the company has chosen the Ecova Energy & Sustainability Management Platform to minimize utility costs across 82 properties with a total of 11,095 guestrooms located in 23 states.

Berry Plastics to Use Ecova Platform to Cut Waste, Energy Expenditures

Berry Plastics, a provider of plastic packaging and engineered materials, will use the Ecova Energy and Sustainability Management Platform to help it reduce consumption of electricity, natural gas, water and waste generation. The goal is to gain insight into waste generation and utility consumption at the … Read more…

13 Companies Each Earn ENERGY STAR for 150 Buildings

13 Companies Each Earn ENERGY STAR for 150 Buildings

The US Environmental Protection Agency recognized 13 companies that each earned ENERGY STAR certification for at least 150 facilities last year. Collectively, these 13 ENERGY STAR Top Certifiers saved $562 million on their utility bills. The ENERGY STAR Top Certifiers with number of buildings certified … Read more…

California Senate Passes Retail Choice Expansion

The California Senate has passed an amended version of SB 286, reports RetailEnergyX. The bill would increase the cap on retail choice (known in California as “Direct Access”) by 8,000 GWh. Only non-residential customers of investor-owned utilities (IOUs) are eligible for Direct Access. Under the … Read more…

Ecova Helps Utilities Reach Small, Medium-Sized Businesses

Ecova Helps Utilities Reach Small, Medium-Sized Businesses

Ecova added the Building Analytics Module to its Efficiency Platform to drive energy efficiency programs in the small-to-medium business market. The module analyzes customer-specific data and compares it to industry and peer benchmarks. Ecova will use it to deliver energy savings for customers via their utilities. … Read more…

Benchmarking Goes Through Growing Pains

Benchmarking Goes Through Growing Pains

There are 10 cities and one county in the United States that require energy benchmarking: Austin, Boston, Chicago, Minneapolis, New York City, Philadelphia, Seattle, San Francisco, Washington, DC, Cambridge, Mass., and Montgomery County, Md. In its first year of private sector benchmarking, New York City … Read more…

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