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Sustainability For Existing Building Owners

If your existing buildings & operations are intensive in energy, water, refrigerants, and fuel use we've got a great opportunity to lead efforts to reverse global warming while improving business performance. 


Buildings, industry & transportation make more than 75% of GHG emissions, and most operation today waste 30-50% or more in costly natural resources, and are reliant on energy or fuel that is not as efficient or resilient as renewables or electrification solutions available today. 


With our building or operation-specific strategies, you can turn this around cost-effectively by saving the money spent maintaining your most critical operation's performance, safety, compliance, and resiliency. Along the way you'll be transforming your business marketability, influencing peers, and supporting local service and product providers, while maximizing grants and incentives.  

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Ranchers & Farmers FACING ever increased utility operation costs along with water use restrictions but they too can turn it around with water efficiency and renewables for pumping energy ,  water use and pump energy use. Similar to existing buildings, understanding the existing operations and surveying and procuring distribution details leads toward optimizing  Irrigation based on weather or soil conditions, and  pumping, distribution and well system and all other existing infrastructure can be upgraded strategically and cost-effectively. 

Common problems in this market

  • Irrigation Systems

  • Energy in Machinery & Equipment

  • Building Heating & Cooling


Food & Beverage Processing

Industrial processes are the most utility and GHG-intensive operation around, often including cold storage,  in addition to other major systems like steam boilers, pneumatic air, ovens, and cook equipment.  The variable production-based loads provide unique challenges and opportunities for system optimization.  

Common problems in this market

  • Cold Storage

  • Steam Boilers

  • Ovens & Cook Equipment

Cold Chain

Cold Chain

Buildings with refrigeration systems require specialized attention to operate efficiently and reliably while meeting or exceeding compliance requirements. The building's thermal envelope and internal heat loads are also critical to reducing loads on the system.  Many ancillary programs like water treatment and forklift battery/charging require special attention too.    

Common problems in this market

  • Refrigeration Systems

  • Thermal Envelope

  • Refrigerated Transportation

Food Servies
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Grocery Stores and Food Services

Grocery stores, commercial kitchens, or restaurants with walk-in or reach-in coolers and freezers use 2.5X more energy per square foot than other commercial building. At least 50% of that energy use is for refrigeration.  

Retrofitting walk-in systems with minor add-ons can drastically reduce energy cost, while high GWP HFC refrigerant leaks can be stopped and retrofitted with refrigerants that improve performance, reduce costs and if done at scale drastically impact global warming.  

Common problems in this market 

  • Walk-in/Reach-in Refrigeration 

  • Front of House Lighting 

  • Comfort Heating & Cooling 

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