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Winery Harvests Savings Through Efficiency Campaign
This E Source case study from the wineries sector was created for the Business Energy Advisor.
New York Fashion Warehouse Saves Energy and Money with Lighting Upgrades
This E Source case study from the warehouses sector was created for the Business Energy Advisor.
Nationwide Retail Chain Puts an Emphasis on Efficiency
This E Source case study from the retail buildings sector was created for the Business Energy Advisor.
Energy costs for some warehouses are more than 10% of their annual revenue. Warehouse operators can take advantage of many methods to reduce energy bills through improving efficiency in their facilities.
Although they are often less efficient than conventional lighting systems, remote-source lighting systems (often referred to as fiber-optic or light-pipe systems) have some unique performance characteristics. Find out how these systems operate and whether they're a good choice for you.
Large office buildings (those over 100,000 square feet) spend nearly 29% of their operating expenses on utilities, mostly electricity and natural gas. Learn about some great short- and long-term measures that can help large office buildings save energy and boost their bottom line.
Hospitals require large amounts of energy, with lots of equipment running 24/7. Much can be done to manage energy costs, cut excessive energy use, and increase your bottom line. Properly managing equipment as well as investing in specific technology can yield substantial energy savings.
The options for lighting high-bay spaces are expanding. Learn about the various technologies and how to determine which is most cost-effective for your application.
Although energy represents only about 1% of total grocery store costs, it’s approximately equal to a typical grocery’s profit margin, so a 10% reduction in energy costs can mean a 10% increase in profits.
Energy-Efficient Track Lights
Track lighting provides directable beams of high-quality light for use in retail displays, galleries, museums, and residences. Learn about the many energy-efficient options now available to help you make the right choice for your application.
Dairy farms in the U.S. consume between 800 and 1,200 kilowatt-hours per cow annually, with milk production accounting for nearly 50 percent of energy use. Many energy-saving opportunities exist to help dairy farms boost their bottom line and improve profitability.
Colleges and Universities
US colleges and universities use an average of 18.9 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity and 17 cubic feet of natural gas per square foot (ft2) annually, and typical US higher-education buildings sized around 50,000 ft2 consume more than $100,000 worth of energy each year.
Energy comprises as much as 10 to 15 percent of an average airport's operating budget annually. Energy-efficiency measures can also cut operating costs, and some are cheap or free to implement.
Agricultural operations grow and process grains, fruits, vegetables, flowers, livestock, nuts, and much more. Learn how energy-saving opportunities in the areas of irrigation, crop drying, and basic farm practices can improve profitability.