Despite cuts to federal, state and local energy programs and rebates, The Aegis Shared Savings Program helps fund customers’ energy initiatives. Learn more.
But the U.S. Department of Energy believes that, among other efforts, natural gas is key to our economic recovery, and will have a sizable role in that effort.
We’re excited about this year’s theme—Transforming Existing Buildings—a strategy we know a lot about, having installed over 1,000 Combined Heat and Power (CHP) systems in facilities all across the country.
The IEA has noted that, since peaking in 2000, U.S. CO2 emissions have plummeted nearly 1 billion tons. Much of this reduction has happened in the power sector, where affordable, abundant and flexible natural gas has taken center stage in the strategy both to replace coal and to backup intermittent wind and solar power.
The UW system will end its statewide contract to provide coal for the Stout, Oshkosh, Platteville, Stevens Point and Superior campuses.
According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), natural gas accounted for 38% of total electricity generation in 2019, followed by 23% for coal.
LL97 requires the city’s largest buildings to cut carbon emissions 40 percent by 2030 and 80 percent by 2050.
Some facility owners and managers may not know that the tax credit applies both to new systems and to capital improvements on existing eligible systems.
Get off the grid and avoid Con Ed price hikes with CHP from Aegis Energy.
Come to HX, meet with other hospitality professionals, attend some breakout sessions and stop by the exhibit hall to see how we’re thinking forward for your facility.
Real estate is all about location, location, location (and more sustainable energy, but we digress), and there’s no better location for two real estate trade shows than New York City. Join your colleagues in the city that never sleeps.
Visit us in booth 204 at the 2019 WWA Tradeshow in Orlando, Oct. 8–9, for a deep dive into potential energy savings for your waterpark.