Alabama School District To Save $14.6 Million with Schneider Electric Project

Alabama School District To Save $14.6 Million with Schneider Electric Project

Blount County Schools’ partnership with Schneider Electric to improve energy efficiency at 20 district facilities is expected to generate $14.6 million in energy and operational savings. Officials from the Alabama school district, located to the north of Birmingham in Oneonta, had wanted to modernize their buildings … Read more…

Massachusetts City Set To Save $100 Million Through Energy Improvements

Massachusetts City Set To Save $100 Million Through Energy Improvements

The Massachusetts city Worcester, located about 50 miles west of Boston, signed a $26.6 million energy savings performance contract with Honeywell International in 2011 for extensive energy conservation and renewable energy measures across 92 city-owned buildings. Now those measures are on track to be completed, … Read more…

Prison Captures $33 Million in Energy, Water Savings with ESPC

Prison Captures $33 Million in Energy, Water Savings with ESPC

A prison in Illinois will benefit from more than $33 million in energy and water savings thanks to an energy savings performance contract (ESPC); the ESPC project is expected to reduce energy consumption by 53% across 13 main buildings, leading to significant reductions in utility and … Read more…

Updating the Army: Retrofitting Energy and Water Systems at the Tobyhanna Depot

Updating the Army: Retrofitting Energy and Water Systems at the Tobyhanna Depot

The U.S. Army facility that Honeywell is retrofitting near Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania, traces its roots back more than a century. While it is virtually impossible that any energy or water systems – or even the buildings themselves – that were there at the start are in use, the base does still rely in part on Word War II-era infrastructure.

Schneider Working on Big Navy Project

Schneider Working on Big Navy Project

Schneider Electric and the U.S. Navy say that they are working together on infrastructure improvement projects under an energy savings performance contract (ESPC) at the Naval Base Coronado and Naval Base San Clemente Island. The improvements are expected to generate $114 million during the 19-year … Read more…

Fort Hamilton Army Base in NYC Enters ESPC with Ameresco

The Defense Logistics Agency Energy, on behalf of the United States Army Garrison Fort Hamilton, has struck a deal with Ameresco on an Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC). The contract, which is valued at $16.7 million is for solar photovoltaics, water conservation and energy efficiency … Read more…

Energy-Efficiency Upgrades Will Save National Lab $1.3M Each Year

Energy-Efficiency Upgrades Will Save National Lab $1.3M Each Year

A major energy-efficiency upgrade at Brookhaven National Laboratory is expected to generate more than $1.3 million in energy savings each year. In addition to direct cost savings, the energy-efficiency improvements will make the lab eligible for rebates (pictured) and other financial incentives. The work was … Read more…

Energy Manage Army

Army Base Looks to Cut Energy Consumption By Half

The Army’s Joint Systems Manufacturing Center (JSMC) in Lima, Ohio, is the near the bottom of the list of Army bases in terms of energy usage, according to www.LimaOhio.com General Dynamics Land Systems, which runs the base, has applied to participate in an upgrade program offered … Read more…

Kansas Certifies ConEdison for Energy Performance Contracts

Kansas Certifies ConEdison for Energy Performance Contracts

ConEdison Solutions received accreditation from the State of Kansas to provide energy savings performance contracting services to public agencies under the Facility Conservation Improvement Program (FCIP). The state qualifies providers after undertaking a review to ensure the applicant’s ability to deliver and guarantee long-term operational … Read more…

ICT Could Cut $5 Billion in Federal Energy by 2020

ICT Could Cut $5 Billion in Federal Energy by 2020

If widely deployed, information and communication technologies could help federal agencies meet half of their goals for cutting greenhouse gas emissions and could save more than $5 billion in energy costs through 2020, according to a report released by nonprofit the Center for Climate and … Read more…

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