The Ritz-Carlton, Boston saved almost $100,000 in energy costs in less than one year with no capital investment. Savings were realized in part by working with Servidyne to obtain energy performance ratings through ENERGY STAR.

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Sharp Grossmont Hospital, in partnership with Emerging Technologies Associates, Inc., achieves a 9% reduction in energy use intensity.

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Atlantic Energy implements energy-efficient measures to improve the quality of Chemung County Nursing Facility.

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Hill Air Force and Ameresco Landfill Gas Generator Energy Project is the first of its kind for the Department of Defense and the State of Utah.

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Elmendorf Air Force Base undertakes an energy savings performance contract with Ameresco focusing on a heating system decentralization that produced over $5 million in savings in year one alone.

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TRC Energy Services, through its support for NYSERDA’s Energy Smart Schools Program, has helped to lower energy usage by an average of 19% across 140 school districts in New York State.

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Thompson School District, in partnership with Siemens Building Technologies, reduces operating costs by $1,061,000 over 3 years.

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Participants in the Schools for Energy Efficiency (SEE) program from Hallberg Engineering, Inc., which include more than 250 schools across 14 school districts in Minnesota, reduce energy use by an average of 11%, resulting in more than $6 million in avoided energy costs.

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Cambridge-Isanti School District, in partnership with the Schools for Energy Efficiency (SEE) program, decreased its energy use by 30% in 5.5 years, reducing operating costs by over $1.5 million and earning the ENERGY STAR for all seven of its K-12 buildings.

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Gresham-Barlow has decreased its overall energy use by 46% and saved a total of $4.3 million in utility costs since 1998. In 2005, Gresham-Barlow School District became one of the first school districts to use automated benchmarking by working with Save More Resources using their Utility Manager Pro Software.

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