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This Energy Benchmarking Analysis Report from Seattle, Washington provides a replicable example of a comprehensive report that includes details on program accomplishments, data analysis methodologies, building characteristics, and energy consumption trends, among other topics.
Stanford University's Energy and Climate Plan immediately reduces campus GHG emissions by 68 percent and potable water use by 15 percent while opening a path to full energy sustainability over time through greening the campus electricity supply.
Allumia funded and installed a new LED lighting system for Hilltop Red Apple grocery store using Allumia’s efficiency-as-a-service offering.
Sparkfund's Technology Subscprition service covers systems such as lighting, HVAC, fans, electric vehicles, and monitoring and controls - all owned and maintained by Sparkfund. Affinity Living Group was able to install new lighting at 16 properties without diverting resources away from serving residents by utilizing the subscription.
Shorenstein carried out several energy efficiency measures at Market Square, including HVAC and LED lighting upgrades which saved 40% in energy use. These upgrades to the base building helped insure that tenants were moving into a highly efficient building.
The Green Ideas Challenge at The Venetian, The Palazzo, and Sands Expo allowed resort staff to help identify opportunities for energy or water savings, helping staff get more involved in Las Vegas Sands's corporate sustainability efforts.
The City of Fort Lauderdale developed a no-cost, replicable energy resource heat map tool to visualize hourly usage data for city facilities, allowing the city to identify energy and operational efficiency opportunities and evaluate efficiency impact measures.
Schneider Electric makes smarter decisions by leveraging inputs from building management systems and connected devices to make recommendations to technical support staff and management for opportunities in energy, comfort, and maintenance.
As part of Marriott’s energy efficiency efforts, they have established an internal Measurement and Verification (M&V) process for assessing new energy-saving technologies, products, and services to be used in its global portfolio.
Saint-Gobain saved nearly $70,000 annually after successfully testing a hypothesis that they could reduce fan speeds without affecting product quality.
Results from two validation studies of new water treatment technologies for cooling towers show 20–50% water savings, improved energy performance, and reduced or eliminated hazardous chemicals.
DaVita created the Top 150 Water Users program to identify and optimize high water users in an effort to reduce portfolio-wide dialysis center water consumption.
Lineage Logistics implemented a flywheeling algorithm and additional facility improvements to optimize refrigeration compressor operation, resulting in an energy use reduction of 39% and a savings yield of $1.9M.
Better Buildings partners Food Lion, Giant Eagle, Hannaford, and Whole Foods are participating in a Grocery Stewardship Certification (GSC) program that helps participants identify and implement low-cost operational improvements and employee engagement strategies for greater energy and water efficiency.
To increase deployment of combined heat and power (CHP) in commercial, institutional, and multifamily buildings and manufacturing plants, DOE created this catalog of CHP packagers and providers. Access the catalog to maximize your CHP investment and get high-performing solutions from responsible providers.
Chesapeake College has been able to reduce its annual energy consuption by 25% while increasing campus resilience through the college's partnership with its utility.
The Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) developed an innovative cloud-based platform, the Retail Advisor for Energy Management, that provides tailored guidance to help retailers evaluate their energy management programs and optimize program performance.
Centrica Business Solutions and Connecticut Green Bank partnered to deliver a cogeneration system to the City of Bridgeport, Connecticut at no upfront cost to the city. The system features chilled and thermal water loops, controls systems, and underground piping for a microgrid to power key municipal buildings. It also utilizes the engine heat loss to supply heating and cooling to critical facilities.
Sabey Data Centers partnered with Big Bend Community College to develop a Data Center Training Program that prepares students for the Information Technology and facility management jobs critical to successfully maintaining data centers.
In an effort to reduce process waste and improve efficiency, staff at Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS) leveraged the American Chemical Society’s (ACS) Principles of Green Chemistry to enhance their sustainability efforts.
Shorenstein utilized three main components, policy, training and outreach, and auditing, to see success in their waste diversion program.