|Includes performance improvements to systems such as HVAC equipment and pool pumps.||Includes interior and exterior building lighting, parking lot lighting, park lighting and traffic signals.||Retrofits old high-intensity light sources with more efficient light-emitting diode lamps.||Includes pumping optimization, waste-water plant improvements and other measures.|
With the support of The Energy Network, the City of Arcadia has upgraded over eight hundred streetlights to LED. Arcadia’s retrofit initiatives have benefited from hand-in-hand support, planning through construction – utilizing no-cost resources and services offered through the Network.
Since its enrollment in February 2014, Barstow has coordinated a comprehensive Audit of the City's Wastewater Treatment Facility and saved over 1 million kWh per year. The Energy Network has presented additional measure options and savings potential for the near future.
Aiming to save over half a million kWh annually, the City of Covina enlisted the support of The Energy Network’s turnkey, customized delivery services and launched a variety of streetlight upgrades and mechanical retrofits within the Covina Police Department.
Culver City is working with The Energy Network on five different Turnkey Project Delivery systems at seven different sites and has already completed a lighting project in record time! In seven and a half weeks the lights in the Watseska Parking Structure were retrofitted, which will save the city over 100,000 kWh or about $17,000 per year. The additional projects have saved an additional 700,000 kWh with per year.
Through The Energy Network, the City of Huntington Beach aims to save over 1.5 million kWh annually through customized LED-lighting retrofits. Planned upgrades included more than 2,300 street, public park, and parking-lot streetlights. Additionally, the City have applied LED retrofits to one parking garage.
The Energy Network has worked with Irvine city staff to implement exterior lighting and gas measures.
The Energy Network has worked with Long Beach city staff to determine which facilities have the highest annual energy costs. This information has helped determine which facilities will benefit the most from energy saving retrofits.
The City of Orange has retrofitted 200 HPS street lights to LED’s using The Energy Network’s Turnkey Project Delivery process. This upgrade will save the city approximately 130,000 kWh annually.
To achieve savings of over 5 million kWh annually, the City of Oxnard plans to upgrade HVAC systems, pumps, as well as interior and exterior lighting at the city’s wastewater treatment plant facilities. The City aims to realize additional savings through city-wide street light upgrades.
The City of Pomona teamed up with The Energy Network to enact a retrofit plan to save over one million annual kWh city-wide. The Energy Network’s turnkey project delivery model assisted Pomona with the installation of 2,500 LED streetlight retrofits, as well as with interior and exterior lighting upgrades to Pomona City Hall and Pomona Public Library. Additionally, Genesha Park and Washington Park will receive pool-pump updates.
Santa Monica teamed up with The Energy Network to make customized retrofits throughout the city and save over 2 million kWh’s annually. These energy saving upgrades include street lights and lighting and mechanical energy retrofits for three of the city facilities.
Using The Energy Network’s customized technical support services, The City of Simi Valley assessed its City Hall RCx RFP project as well as a facility lighting retrofit project. Simi Valley aims to implement multiple parking-lot lighting retrofits at their City Hall, Police Department, Public Library, and Senior Center facilities. Additionally, the City identified three municipal properties to retro-commission in its Climate Action Plan, and will begin with a project at City Hall.
To save over 360,000 kWh each year, the City of Thousand Oaks has retrofitted 550 street lights throughout its city.
Western Riverside County Regional Wastewater Authority will work with The Energy Network to identify opportunities for process optimization projects to enhance energy performance. Additionally, by including interior and exterior lighting retrofits at the treatment facility, the water district expects to save over 800,000 kWh’s annually.