Energy efficiency opportunities for specific facility types

Energy Smart Tips for Wastewater Treatment Plants

Wastewater treatment plants can benefit from many of the same strategies that make other buildings more efficient, but this smart […]

Libraries

This Smart Tip highlights SEDAC’s most commonly recommended energy cost reduction measures for libraries. Libraries model sustainability by providing shared […]

Schools

Many schools are less efficient than they could be. SEDAC has analyzed the energy usage of many schools in Illinois […]

Ice Arenas

Ice arenas are large energy users, but there are often ample opportunities for energy cost savings.  Energy cost reduction measures […]

Places of Worship

Congregations who are determined to be good stewards of the earth can set a constructive example by adopting smart energy […]

Highrises

Consider the effect on the bottom line of saving a third of a building’s utility costs. Most buildings use 10% […]

Pools

Swimming pools and spas have become standard features in many facilities, but they can be large energy users.  Thankfully there […]

Supermarkets

In today’s economy, consumers are looking beyond the products they buy when striving to be green - they want a […]

Restaurants

In the United States, restaurants spend an average of $3.77 per square foot on electricity and $1.57 per square foot […]

Convenience Stores

Convenience stores often have very high annual energy costs, ranging from $6 to $14 per square foot. In comparison, a commercial […]

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