Ameresco, an energy services company (ESCO) specializing in energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions, such as wind, solar, biogas and geothermal, understands the unique needs of the State of Alaska. Here in Alaska, building efficiency, energy conservation and the use of renewable energy sources are more than just environmental ideas, they’re strategies necessary to cope with a demanding environment and rising fuel costs.
The energy efficiency and renewable energy specialists at Ameresco bring decades of experience in providing practical, cost-effective energy solutions to government, industrial, commercial, manufacturing, K-12 education, higher education, healthcare and public housing clients. Our dedicated Alaska team lives and works in the Last Frontier, so they understand the unique nature of Alaska’s energy infrastructure and the need for durable, reliable energy systems.
From energy-efficient retrofits to existing facilities to low-maintenance, off-grid solar and wind energy systems, Ameresco provides cost-effective power wherever it’s needed. Through an energy savings performance contract (ESPC), Ameresco can help public and private enterprises complete their energy upgrade projects with no up-front capital costs.
And like the people of Alaska, Ameresco is independent. We work with a wide spectrum of equipment suppliers, which gives us the freedom to deliver best-in-class solutions that meet specific budgetary and energy use needs.
Ameresco is proud to work with the government and people of Alaska to ensure energy independence, energy reliability and lower energy costs. We recognize the critical role of energy systems in Alaska, and we know the challenges that high fuel costs present to public and private organizations. The experienced energy professionals at Ameresco are here to help the people, governments and businesses of Alaska find lasting, cost-effective solutions to their energy needs.
Ameresco at Work in Alaska
Anchorage CDA Parking Garage
Modern energy-efficient lighting has substantially reduced annual operating costs for this government-owned parking facility in Anchorage.
City of Emmonak
Energy efficiency upgrades, including weather stripping and HVAC upgrades, combined with a custom-developed training program, helped the City of Emmanok reduce its annual energy consumption by more than 1.7 million kWh.
Elmendorf Air Force Base
By removing a 50-year-old CHPP, Elmendorf AFB’s annual energy savings exceeded 1 million MMBtu, helping to reach reduction goals set by the Air Force.