Tag Archives: ESCO

Avoid Falling In Love With the Hardware and Spending Away Your Savings

These blog postings have made it very clear making a mistake in your lighting retrofit project can mean you’re losing those great savings you were expecting. There’s one area we haven’t mentioned in the past few weeks and that is retrofit lighting hardware. Hardware Options Can be Just Sizzle You may be torn between salt-resistant Read more…

Energy contracts offer big savings, especially for schools

By: Ryan Randazzo The Republic | azcentral.com The deals allow organizations that otherwise would not have the cash on hand to make such improvements to begin saving on electricity, gas and water bills. Despite nearly 40 years of growth, the industry isn’t well known outside of those working in facilities management, Arwood said. The contracts Read more…

Alan Ernstoff Hired As Lighting Designer

Retro-Tech is proud to announce the hiring of Alan Ernstoff as an additional lighting designer and Project Information Manager. In this role Alan will be working with the RTS sales team to provide industry leading design and innovation to RTS’ ESCO customers. Alan brings 13 years of lighting experience to the team and holds his Read more…

Constellation Helps Town of Essex to Reduce Annual Electricity Use

Constellation and the Town of Essex, Mass., today announced the completion of an energy efficient lighting project designed to reduce the town’s electricity consumption by an estimated 85,266 kilowatt-hours (kWh) annually, more than 14 percent of the town’s usage. Energy efficient lighting was installed in Essex’s town hall, police and fire station, senior center, water Read more…

East Hartford council to take up energy contract

After tabling a vote on a new energy performance contract due to what some Town Council members called a lack of information on cost savings, the council will re-address the issue at its Tuesday meeting. On July 15, the council tabled a discussion on whether the town should enter into a contract with Ameresco Inc., Read more…

ITHACA SCHOOLS SPEND MONEY TO SAVE ENERGY

Next summer, Ithaca City School District (ICSD) is likely to embark construction on a district-wide Energy Performance Contract (EPC)—conducted by Trane Heating and Air Condition Services—that would cost more than $10.1 million. Eighteen years from now the capital project is projected to cover the $10.1 million cost and net the district $7.5 million in additional Read more…

ICSD Eyes 18-year, $10.1 Million Energy Contract

Next summer, Ithaca City School District (ICSD) is likely to embark construction on a district-wide Energy Performance Contract (EPC)—conducted by Trane Heating and Air Condition Services—that would cost more than $10.1 million. Eighteen years from now, the capital project, is projected to cover the $10.1 million cost and net the district $7.5 million in additional Read more…