Washington and Lee University
Washington and Lee University chose Ameresco to help it reach its goal of running a carbon-neutral campus. Energy-efficiency upgrades and water and lighting retrofits reduced the university's carbon emissions by 2,787 tons annually, the equivalent of taking 483 cars off the road.
Commnunity College of Rhode Island
The energy efficiency improvements completed by CCRI and Ameresco demonstrate the progress being made toward a more sustainable future for Rhode Island. The approach used here is an excellent example for other nonprofits and businesses throughout Rhode Island of how to help our environment, our encoumoy and our bottom line."
--Governor Lincoln D. Chafee
Medical University of South Carolina
Chilled water system expansions, lighting retrofits, HVAC replacements and upgrades, boiler modifications, window replacements and steam trap replacements across the 68 buildings of MUSC's campus will yield $2.47 million annually in energy savings, and $22,000 in operations and maintenance savings.
Tennessee Board of Regents
Through energy and water conservation measures funded through an energy savings performance contract (ESPC), Ameresco projects annual savings of 20% to 30% on energy and operating costs at 16 higher education facilities operated by the Tennessee Board of Regents.