News Resease: Energy Management Collaborative Names Top Utility Performers (EMC)
Feb 7, 2018
Energy Management Collaborative (EMC) announced today its top four utility performers for 2017. The lighting and controls company, which works with hundreds of utilities, based its criteria on important factors that impact program success for its customers including preapproval timelines, rebate values, payment timelines, trade ally bonuses and overall savings.
“Savings from utility partner rebates and incentives programs allow us to maximize our customers’ return on investment,” said EMC CEO Howard C. Heckes. “Businesses that are incented to reduce energy will identify more sites to upgrade, further reducing their carbon footprint which is good for our environment.”
2017 Top Performers
Center for Energy and Environment (CEE)
A Minnesota energy non-profit that promotes energy efficiency to strengthen the economy while improving the environment, CEE was an excellent resource for project incentives for smaller footprint customers operating under 400 kilowatts. CEE incentives lowered costs for about 20 customer projects in 2017.
"Drawing a straight line between opportunity and efficiency is what we do," said CEE Lighting Consultant, Mark Rader. "In our mission to help Minnesota businesses cut energy use, we're fortunate to benefit from great partnerships serving our shared customers"...
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