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Energy Conservation Success Stories

Read about some of NorthEast Electrical Distributors' biggest successes.

 

Yawkey Way Store

Situation:
The Yawkey Way Store is a longtime tradition in Boston sports souvenirs and memorabilia with a convenient high profile location on Yawkey Way directly across from Boston’s most beloved ballpark. In order to properly display all of their latest Boston sports hats, t-shirts, and jersey’s the store has used hundreds of incandescent bulbs which consume large amounts of energy and have a short service life. The use of incandescent lamp technology has lead to high utility costs and increased labor to replace bulbs at their end of life.
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Cape Cod Times

Situation:
The Cape Cod Times is a broadsheet newspaper that has been published since 1936, with a daily circulation of 49,439 as well as 56,708 on Sundays. The Times was looking for ways to not only save money in a tough time for newspapers, but also implement up-to-date green policies. By utilizing energy surveys and site reviews for its 71,000-square-foot production center in Hyannis, the Times was looking to help conserve energy, while saving money which in turn could be reinvested to keep with the changing fate of newspapers.
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EF

Situation:
Many know of EF Education because of the 4-foot section of the Berlin Wall. A sight which stops many passerby’s in their tracks. To others, EF Education provides educational programs worldwide, which are offered through a network of schools. The North American headquarters a 200,000 sq. ft. facility in Cambridge, has been, and continues to be at the forefront of energy efficiency.
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Holliston Public Schools

Situation:
The Town of Holliston has a public school system which serves students from kindergarten through twelfth grade. Schools in the district include two elementary schools, a middle school and a high school. Public schools include: Sam Placentino Elementary School, Fred W. Miller Elementary School, Robert H. Adams Middle School, and Holliston High School.

The district decided to actively participate in the conservation of energy and take advantage of its consequential economic gain by utilizing the knowledge of NorthEast-Eagle and their energy efficiency partner. The energy director within the district recognized that one of the major sources of energy waste was lighting throughout the local high school and the high school’s multi-purpose field house. The district was looking to help conserve energy, save money which could in turn be allocated throughout the schools, and maintain a well lit environment for everyone in the community.
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JB Sash & Door Co.

Situation:
JB Sash and Door Company is one of New England's finest retailers of doors, windows, skylights and custom millwork. Their state of the art showrooms provide a pleasant atmosphere in which potential consumers are able to view and educate themselves on the many fine products available at J.B. Sash. As one would assume, this space needs to be extremely well lit at all times. JB Sash was looking to help conserve energy, save money, and maintain a well lit showroom all at the same time.
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North Kingstown School Department

Situation:
With nine schools and over 700,000 square feet of building, the North Kingston School District (NKSD) was looking for ways to not only save money, but implement green policies. By utilizing energy surveys and site reviews for all of their schools, the NKSD discovered ways to help conserve energy, while saving money which in turn could be reinvested into the schools and children.
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Rhode Island College

Situation:
Rhode Island College (RIC) is located on a 180-acre campus in the Mount Pleasant section of Providence. After undergoing expansion in recent decades at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, the college now serves approximately 9,000 students in courses and programs both on and off campus.

In 2009, RIC decided to actively participate in the conservation of energy and take advantage of its consequential economic gain. The engineers at the college recognized that one of the major sources of energy waste was lighting left on in unoccupied areas throughout the day.
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Smithfield Public Schools

Situation:
The Smithfield Public School System is comprised of six schools throughout the district: one high school, Smithfield High School; one middle school, Vincent J. Gallagher Middle School; as well as four elementary schools, Anna M. McCabe, Raymond C. Laperche, Old County Road School, and William Winsor Memorial School.

The district decided to actively participate in the conservation of energy and take advantage of its consequential economic gain. The energy director within the district recognized that one of the major sources of energy waste was lighting throughout the six schools. The district was looking to help conserve energy, save money which could in turn be allocated throughout the schools, and maintain a well lit school environment for both the students and faculty.
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To find out how your business can save with energy efficiency lighting, contact NorthEast Electrical Distributors at 781-401-8500.

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