Our homes, businesses, schools and governments collectively consume more than 70 percent of the natural gas and electricity generated in the country. Improving energy efficiency in these areas is one of the most constructive, cost-effective ways to address the challenges of high energy prices, energy security and independence, air pollution, and global climate change.
A dense data center does not inherently mean that it will have greater efficiency (typically, quite the opposite is true). However, implementing increased efficiency measures is necessary to the operation of these facilities as the trend of environments increasing in density continues across the industry.
Fairbanks Energy Services announces the establishment of its fourth office, located in New York City.
Hospitals present many opportunities for improvement if efficiency projects are implemented with attention to their primary functions as healthcare facilities. Read Fairbanks Energy's 3 P's to consider before starting an efficiency project.
An energy audit offers insight in how your buildings are performing and the opportunities available for improvement. Before jumping into one, read below what to expect from a standard energy audit of a facility.
Hospitals are among the most energy intensive facilities in the United States. With the rising cost of energy, many healthcare facilities are seeking ways to cut costs without comprimising the quality of patient care. Read Fairbanks Energy's list of efficiency opportunities available in most hospitals below!
We're excited to announce the opening of our Midwest office, the third since our founding in 2014. View the full press release below:
Our second full year in business is concluding and Fairbanks Energy Services is excited to share a review of some key highlights from the last 12 months. It’s been a great year for our company and we look forward to increased growth and opportunities to support efficiency projects around the country in 2017!