MYESCO (a registered CE Trade Ally) worked with a Tool and Die Company that was in the planning stages of constructing a new building. An energy model of the proposed building was created to evaluate energy saving equipment and systems using simulation software. A final design was established showing that the whole building (building envelope, HVAC, lighting) is 46.5% more efficient than ASHRAE 90.1-2007. The proposed design projected annual savings of 811,602 KWh for electricity and 3,320 Mcf in natural gas. The Tool and Die Company were paid $157,000 in utility incentives by Consumers Energy through the Consumers Energy Incentive Program.
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