Woodridge Park District reached out to SEDAC for help in making their Athletic Recreation Center more energy efficient to reduce operating costs.
A long-term partnership with SEDAC has helped the college achieve significant energy savings. Read more about how Joliet Junior College has worked with SEDAC to save energy and money.
Huntley High School increased the footprint of the high school by about 25% with no net increase in utility costs. Find out how SEDAC provided design assistance and incentive support to make the building more energy efficient.
The Niles Family Fitness Center reached out to SEDAC for help in lowering its energy costs. SEDAC recommended changes to their pool dehumidification system.
The Molecular Biology Research Building was consuming 43% more energy than a comparable campus research center. UIC worked with SEDAC to find out why.
Argonne National Laboratory wanted to decrease energy costs in their buildings. A major lighting upgrade led to substantial savings.
This building was designed with energy efficiency in mind. Why, then, was it using so much energy? SEDAC helped them figure out why.
Two elementary schools in Champaign, IL have reduced building operating costs by nearly 42%, allowing the school district to devote more funds to education.
Cook County is projected to save more than $40,000 annually in electricity costs by implementing energy efficiency measures in their 3rd District Courthouse.
SEDAC's retro-commissioning program helped Harper College identify annual energy savings of almost $90,000 a year, a 13% reduction in energy costs.
Learn how the Decatur Civic Center reduced their annual energy costs by nearly 30% by updating their lighting and HVAC systems.
The City Council of Peoria was looking for ways to reduce energy costs in their buildings. The numerous parking garages in the city provided a great way to start.
The Field Museum has an impressive history of energy conservation, and working with SEDAC helped them identify even more energy savings.