Global provided CeramaTek kits for a complete exterior lighting retrofit at Orange Coast Infiniti in Westminster, California. The project consisted of retrofitting 1000 Watt MH parking lot and flood light fixtures to 315 Watt CeramaTek. After consulting with Executive Manager Ken Kaiden, the goal of the project was to maximize energy savings while providing the highest quality light for his dealership. CeramaTek was selected as the preferred technology over 575 Watt Pulse Start Metal Halide and LED due to its performance, light output, longevity, energy savings and aggressive Return on Investment.
Molson Coors Saves Energy and Cuts Costs with the Dollar$ense Project and eSight Energy
With ~18,000 employees, 31 breweries world-wide, and with products in more than 50 countries, Molson Coors is one of the top producing manufactured brewing organizations in the world. It has a continuous drive to reduce energy costs and carbon emission with company-wide energy stewardship. Molson Coors has achieved significant reductions in energy usage, energy costs, and CO2 emissions since starting to use the eSight Energy Management Software in 2014. The Requirement Molson-Coors required an energy management...
The 5 Coolest Energy Saving Solutions for Supermarkets
For this 2nd instalment of our industry focus series, we’re looking at energy saving solutions forsupermarkets. Theholidays are upon us, and for grocery store managers, things are already going nutcrackers. Shopping-crazed customers are leaving fridges open, the heatis blasting to keep those holiday shoppers warm, and opening hours are extended… But what if I told you this festive madness could work in your favour? Or that the holiday season is actually the BEST time to save energy (and consequently,...
10 Energy Hacks to Save Your Office Money This Winter
Did you know that more than half of senior business managers have no idea how their companies buy energy? Ouch. And nearly 50% also confess to a “limited understanding” of how much energy costs their business, according to a recent YouGov survey of more than 750 senior executivesacross the UK. Although 1/5th of survey participants knew that their company spends more than £250,000 on energy every year, 54% of senior managers had “no idea” who is actually responsible for buying that...
Cool energy saving: how to cut energy waste from refrigeration and chilling
With an ongoing focus on energy and carbon management and cutting costs, the FMCG sector has a need to achieve energy savings, and refrigeration and chilling is the perfect place to focus. Whether it be manufacturing processes, food storage in distribution centres, or the operation of supermarket displays, industry producers, distributors and retailers can often expect around 50% of their site’s electricity costs to be from the use of refrigeration technology. In food transportation, the use of on-board...
Are you wasting the cashback potential of energy audits?
If the government offered your business £20 cashback on every £100 you spent on energy, you would probably head for the front of the queue. Yet that`s exactly the sort of money saving opportunity an energy audit can deliver. The Carbon Trust`s analysis of a sample of recent ESOS energy savings opportunities assessments showed that an average cost reduction of 20% was achievable through cost-effective energy saving measures. On an average energy spend of £1.8m, this translates into potential...