“New England continues to be at the forefront of energy efficiency initiatives, and we look forward to sharing the energy efficiency work we have done across numerous industries and how we can assist other organizations meet their efficiency goals while saving money and securing incentives.”
The summit, which will be held on October 25th at Gillette Stadium, will bring together Nationals Grid’s largest commercial, industrial, municipal and institutional customers from Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The summit’s agenda will provide valuable insight into some of the latest efficiency technologies and tactics, as well as numerous case studies.
Exhibiting at booth 21, representatives from Fairbanks Energy will be on hand to discuss various projects they have completed across a variety of industries, such as manufacturing, hospitality and higher education, enabling those organizations to save money, reduce their carbon footprint and secure relevant utility incentives and tax credits. The comprehensive measures implemented by Fairbanks Energy have resulted in significant power savings for organizations across the country, in many cases yielding an average Return on Investment (ROI) of two years.
Earlier this year, Fairbanks Energy implemented a comprehensive energy efficiency project for Chelsea, Mass-based Signature Breads that included an LED lighting upgrade throughout the commercial bakery’s 280,000 square foot facility, as well as a Building Management System (BMS), providing the company with the ability to dynamically control various operations within the facility to maintain maximum efficiency. The project has yielded an annual savings of more than $200,000 while securing utility incentives and rebates of more than $320,000.
“Fairbanks Energy is looking forward to participating in National Grid’s Energy Efficiency Summit for the second year,” said Adam Fairbanks, Chief Executive Officer of Fairbanks Energy Services. “New England continues to be at the forefront of energy efficiency initiatives, and we look forward to sharing the energy efficiency work we have done across numerous industries and how we can assist other organizations meet their efficiency goals while saving money and securing incentives.”