Case Studies

Customer Case Studies.

HOSPITALS

A Children’s Hospital saves $83,760 in annual energy costs while improving comfort, sustainability, and social responsibility in the community.

This Children’s Hospital* located in the South Atlantic United States is one of the largest non-profit public systems in the United States. They specialize in pediatric medicine. The purpose of SAH is to provide top quality medical care to children without the need to travel far from home. SAH’s goals are to reduce energy consumption and decrease emissions while continuing to deliver excellent medical care for its patients.

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CASINOS

Casino saves $1,883,210 in annual energy costs while providing unsurpassed comfort.

This casino (CAS)* is one of the largest in the United States with over 300,000 square feet of gaming space, an arena, a cabaret theatre, meeting and function rooms, retail shopping, and over 1,000 guest rooms.

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UNIVERSITIES

Research University saves $787,547 in annual energy costs while improving comfort, sustainability and capital asset reliability.

This university (RU)* is composed of more than a dozen academic schools with a goal to preserve and spread information. The campus includes labs, libraries, museums, and administrative offices. More than ten thousands students
are currently enrolled. In an effort to improve sustainability, focus is placed on innovation to improve operational efficiency. RU plans to continually advance its environmentally friendly mission while expanding their campus.

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Large Research University in the Midwest saves $683,932 in annual energy costs while improving comfort, sustainability, and competing with other large universities in reducing energy intensity.

This University (LRU)* is composed of more than a hundred buildings. The campus includes labs, libraries, museums, hotels, arenas, and administrative offices. More than twenty thousand students are currently enrolled. In an effort to improve sustainability, focus is placed on innovation to improve operational efficiency. LRU plans to continually advance its environmentally friendly mission while expanding their campus.

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Ivy League University saves $315,000 in annual energy costs while improving comfort, sustainability, and being an environmental steward to the community.

This University (ILU)* is composed of more than 150 buildings. The campus includes classrooms, dormitories, laboratories, libraries, museums, arenas, and administrative offices. More than 7,000 students are currently enrolled.

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University Science Building saves $1.2 million in annual energy costs while maintaining environmental safety ventilation requirements.

This university Science and Engineering Building (SEB)* is a 130,000 square foot state-of-the-art nanotechnology research facility. It houses class-10, class-100, and class-1,000 cleanrooms, offices and classrooms.

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PHARMA AND MEDICAL

Global Pharmaceutical Manufacturer saves $650, 000 in annual energy costs while improving comfort, sustainability and capital asset reliability.

This corporation* operates in over 100 countries specializing in the discovery, development, manufacturing and marketing of medicines in the areas of Cardiovascular, Gastrointestinal, Infection, Neuroscience, Oncology and Respiratory & Inflammation diseases. Facing challenges due to increased competition, drug patent expirations and intensifying price pressures, this firm needed to focus on innovation while improving operational efficiency.

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Global Pharmaceutical saves $233,000 in annual energy costs while improving sustainability.

This Global Pharmaceutical company (GP)* is a leader in the discovery and the advancement in the treatment of some of the most difficult to treat diseases. GP employs more than 20,000 people globally, and its products are sold in more than 100 countries.

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Global Pharmaceutical Manufacturer saves $152,173 in annual energy costs in a single R&D building while improving comfort, sustainability, reliability and compliance.

This Global Pharmaceutical Manufacturer (GPM)* is one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world. GPM had a global objective of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and energy consumption by 20% from 2012 levels, by 2020.
To this end, GPM was interested in implementing energy conservation measures and technologies, which help achieve these goals while improving the overall reliability of their operations.

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Global Healthcare Production Company saves over $1 million annually and improves temperature and humidity control in production areas.

This Global Healthcare Production Facility (GHPF) * is 860,000 square feet. GHPF develops, manufactures, and sells a diverse range of medical device products. GHPF is also a member of Practice Greenhealth. GHPF adopted a sustainability policy aimed at reducing energy consumption by 20% over 10 years. As part of this policy, GHPF has worked closely with its local utility to implement energy conservation measures, like lighting retrofits. This was the first step; the next was to turbo charge energy savings through new technology.

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Pharma LEED Platinum headquarters building saves $405,000 per year, more than 25% of its overall utilities bill.

This world headquarters building (HEQ) * is a 350,000 square foot state-of-the-art office building. HEQ is a showcase building for a 10,000 person global pharmaceutical company. It was designed to be an environmentally friendly building with state-of-the-art technology. This is consistent with the overall corporate sustainability vision to create a cleaner, greener, healthier world. In line with their corporate philosophy, the company wanted to go to the next level of building performance.

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Medical Center saves $1.3 million in annual energy costs while improving patient comfort.

This Medical Center (MC)* is a 500 bed academic medical center providing pediatrics, primary and advanced medical care. MC is a large provider of trauma care and is affiliated with a local university. The medical center has almost 1 million outpatient visits per year and the medical center campus includes over 2.5 million square feet.

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Multinational Pharmaceutical Company saves over $1.2 million annually across three campuses and improves vendor management.

This Multinational Pharmaceutical Company (MPC) * has over 4 million square feet across three regional campuses in the U.S. MPC has a long-term goal to be carbon neutral. As a result, MPC joined the UN Global Compacts Caring for Climate Initiative. MPC adopted a sustainability policy aimed at reducing energy consumption by 25% by 2020 and water consumption across its supply chain by 20% by 2020. As part of this policy, MPC continuously evaluates opportunities including the use of renewable energy and energy efficiency to achieve its goals.

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