Media tagged with "Government"
Article | The Military Engineer
Southland Energy’s Ken Robinson discussed the recent technological advancement of building analytics within the building automation industry and how building analytics can plan an important role in maximizing the benefits of an Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC) in area ranging from project development to savings preservation.
Fort Riley, Kansas
Southland Energy, a division of Southland Industries, was recently awarded an energy services performance contract (ESPC) for Fort Riley near Junction City, Kansas. The first phase of this multi-phase project is expected to provide more than $37 million in facility improvements across 280 buildings.
Phoenix Convention Center
Building on the tradition of GovEnergy, the 2015 Energy Exchange in Phoenix, Arizona, will provide training to energy managers and sustainability professionals who are working to improve facility performance, advance the use of renewable energy, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions at federal sites.
Dulles, VA (2015)
Southland Energy, a division of Southland Industries, was recently awarded an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC) by the US Army Corps of Engineers. As part of a list of thirteen large businesses and one small business awarded this contract, Southland Energy will now be able to implement energy and water efficiency projects for the US Army and other Department of Defense agencies
Las Vegas, NV (2015)
Southland Energy, the comprehensive energy services division of Southland Industries, was recently awarded a series of energy projects for the Chabot-Las Positas Community College District in Northern California. Utilizing the state’s proposition 39 funding for energy efficiency and clean energy projects, the design-build energy solutions will consist of HVAC, lighting, and controls upgrades for the district’s facilities. Southland Energy will be responsible for the overall development, design, energy calculations and modeling, as well as the installation of the HVAC, lighting, and controls upgrades.
Article | American City & County (2014)
Federal and state budgets will continue to be significantly challenged in 2014 to fund building efficiency and other initiatives to meet energy reduction and renewable energy goals. There has been a significant push by federal and some state governments to pursue third party-financed alternatives for funding energy efficiency projects through Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPC) and other alternative financing methods.