New Energy Efficient Addition Completed at Local Church

Addition

A local church recently designed and constructed a new addition to their existing building.  MYESCO worked with their design team to ensure the addition would operate as energy efficiently as possible.  A final design was created which showed the entire new building (lighting, building envelope, HVAC) was 55.4% more efficient than ASHRAE 90.1-2007.

The church also received a check in the amount of $4,033 based on Utility Incentives earned through the Consumers Energy and DTE Energy Incentive Programs.  MYESCO is a registered Trade Ally under both the aforementioned programs and assists organizations in processing applications.

Contact us during the planning phase on any new projects you may be considering.  We evaluate potential energy equipment and systems that will allow you to achieve reduced energy usage in the future along with the opportunity to qualify for Utility Incentives.

Check out other projects we’ve completed by clicking below:

East Grand Rapids Schools

Harold Zeigler Auto Group

Muskegon Museum of Art

Carson City Schools

Tool and Die Manufacturer

Specialty Medical Group

Carson City-Crystal Area Schools Earns $26,789 in Utility Incentives

Carson City-Crystal Area Schools

Carson City-Crystal Area Schools received their Utility Incentive check for the energy upgrades they made to their school district. They completed projects at their high school and elementary school with the services of Grand Valley Automation, including building automation system upgrades in each facility. Variable Frequency Drives were also installed on multiple pumps and process fans to further reduce energy consumption.  More info on the school district can be found here.

These energy upgrades qualified the school district for Utility Incentives through the Consumers Energy and DTE Energy Incentive Programs. MYESCO (a registered CE and DTE Trade Ally) processed applications that resulted in Carson City-Crystal Area Schools receiving a check for $26,789 from Consumers Energy and DTE.

If you are a school district working to make changes to your facilities, contact us today to see how we can help maximize your funds. We partner with your construction manager or construction team to secure available incentives that your project qualifies for.

Check out some other projects we’ve completed below:

Harold Zeigler Auto Group

East Grand Rapids Public Schools

Specialty Medical Group

Muskegon Museum of Art

East Grand Rapids Public Schools Qualifies for $28,995 Utility Incentives

East Grand Rapids Schools

East Grand Rapids Public Schools received their Utility Incentive check for the improvements they made to become more energy efficient across their school district.  They completed a number of different projects at multiple schools with the services of Owen Ames Kimball and Andy J. Egan Co.  EGRPS installed LED lighting with occupancy sensors and building automation system upgrades in each facility.

These energy upgrades qualified the school district for Utility Incentives through the Consumers Energy and DTE Energy Incentive Programs.  MYESCO (a registered CE and DTE Trade Ally) processed applications that resulted in EGRPS receiving a check for $28,995 from Consumers Energy and DTE.

If you are looking to upgrade any of your current energy/building management systems, contact MYESCO today for a free consultation.  Consumers Energy and DTE offer Incentives through their respective programs for a large number of energy upgrades.  Our energy engineers can evaluate potential equipment and systems to help you select the best options moving forward.

 

Other Projects

Harold Zeigler Auto Group

East Grand Rapids Public Schools

Tool and Die Manufacturer

Aspen Surgical

Carson City-Crystal Area Schools

Specialty Medical Group

Local Church

179D Tax Deduction

Muskegon Museum of Art

Fitness Center Addition

Knoll, Inc.

Office Building Installs High Efficiency Boilers – Qualifies for $2,256 Utility Incentives

Office Building, Boilers

A local Office Building was looking to upgrade their outdated and inefficient Boilers in order to save energy and money.  They installed two new commercial boilers with up to 94.6% thermal efficiency.  This system upgrade will provide sufficiently lower utility bills for the building moving forward.

MYESCO (a registered DTE Trade Ally) processed applications to assist the Office Building in receiving Utility Incentives for the boiler install through the DTE Incentive Program.  This resulted in a $2,256 incentive check being paid to the Office Building from DTE, to help recoup expenses for the project.

If you are looking to upgrade any of your existing heating and cooling equipment, contact us today for a free consultation.  DTE and Consumers Energy offer incentives through their respective programs for new and replacement equipment.  We would love to help you select the best choice to meet your specific goals while you also receive the maximum incentive amount!

School District Installs New Boilers – Earns $21,530 Utility Incentives

School District

A local School District recently installed three new hydronic boilers that all came with a 90% AFUE efficiency rating or above.  Energy efficiency upgrades and newly installed high-efficiency heating systems will help to reduce your utility bills. Older boiler systems had efficiency ratings in the range of 56% to 70%.

The School District also installed a new 200 ton air cooled chiller, along with variable frequency drives on their HVAC pumps.  All of these energy efficiency upgrades together helped the School District earn $21,530 in Utility Incentives through the Consumers Energy Incentive Program and the DTE Incentive Program.

If you are looking to upgrade any of your current energy management systems, MYESCO (a registered CE and DTE Trade Ally) can help guide you through the process.  We strive to maximize your return on any energy project!

Check out some more of our recent Success Stories below:

Specialty Medical Group

Car Dealership

University Library

Airport

Church