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Businesses like yours are saving energy and money every day with the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program.
Located in north-central Illinois, Capron Manufacturing is an established metal finishing facility. Its 200,000 square foot facility houses plating, powder coat, porcelain enamel, electro polish and vinyl coating systems. Capron’s business is so energy intensive, improving operational efficiency has a significant impact on the bottom line. Learn what the Comprehensive Compressed Air Study revealed.
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Tangent Technologies is one of the leading manufactures of hi-tech plastic lumber. Removing heat from production processes is one of their largest uses of electricity. Their goal was to increase efficiency, cut cost and lower their environmental impact. Learn how the Comprehensive Process Cooling Study helped them achieve their goal.
Quaker North America
As the Quaker North America facility in Bridgeview invests in energy efficiency, they team up with ComEd's Energy Efficiency Program for assistance. Learn how they improved their compressed air system with a fully-funded study and incentives.
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Goose Island Beer Company
Goose Island Beer Company continually focuses on reducing electricity usage to make its business more sustainable. After attending the ComEd Energy Efficiency Expo and hearing about various incentive program opportunities, the Chicago-based brewery decided to take advantage of the Compressed Air Express Study to make its system more efficient and less expensive.
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S&C Electric Company
S&C Electric Company is reshaping the future of reliable electricity delivery. With the help of ComEd, they’ve identified and fixed their own compressed air leaks, resulting in a reduction in their noisy environment along with incredible savings to their bottom line.
Chicago Heights Steel
Identifying air leaks was the deciding factor that led Chicago Heights Steel to the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program. Learn more on how they cut cost and saved energy while achieving a 3 month payback period on their investment.
311 S. Wacker Drive
Built in 1990, the commercial office building at 311 S. Wacker Drive was acquired in 2014 by Zeller Realty Group. The new owner significantly upgraded the infrastructure and amenities to provide an upscale tenant experience. With the help of ComEd's Energy Efficiency Program, Zeller Realty Group was able to commit to projects that aligned with their environmental sustainability goals.
La Rabida Children’s Hospital
Learn how La Rabida Children's Hospital implemented building energy management controls to save energy and create a more comfortable environment for patients, families and staff.
Chicago Marriott Hotel
For over 40 years, the Downtown Chicago Marriott Hotel reliedon its original mechanical equipment to keep guests comfortable year-round.With the help of the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program, the hotel receivedincentives for installing new HVAC chillers that lowered their operating costsand improved guest comfort.
Proviso Area for Exceptional Children
The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program is helping schools across Chicagoland save money and energy. Proviso Area for Exceptional Children 803 took advantage of incentives on LED lighting and system upgrades.
Salt Creek Rural Park District
The Salt Creek Rural Park District’s exterior lighting was dim and required frequent bulb changes, straining maintenance resources and creating safety hazards for patrons and staff. The park district decided to upgrade to LED lighting and turned to the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program for incentives to make the project more affordable.
Acorn Public Library District
Maintenance costs for aging fluorescent lighting at the Acorn Public Library in Oak Forest was considerable, both in dollars and staff time. Library officials knew that upgrading to energy-efficient LEDs made sense—the only question was whether the library could afford a full-scale replacement project. Thanks to incentives from the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program, the project became a reality.
Village of Matteson
The Village of Matteson has stepped up as a regional leader in sustainability and fiscal responsibility, installing energy-saving LED lighting throughout its community center and police department.
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Village of Carol Stream
The Village of Carol Stream reduced energy use from streetlighting by more than 50 percent after upgrading its high-pressure sodium and mercury vapor streetlights to LEDs. The village reports experiencing fewer outages, fewer maintenance requests, and overall better light quality throughout its street grid.
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Sunstar Americas, Inc. brought a long-term focus on sustainability to the table when they actively engaged with the New Construction Service. The oral healthcare manufacturer was working on a massive project to consolidate two locations into a new state-of-the-art facility in Schaumburg. Technical support through the program offering included several iterations of energy analysis during the design process which led to more than $397,000 in financial incentives. Click the link below to obtain more detail on the energy efficient successes of this project.
Developers of the 240-unit Xavier Apartments in Chicago sought to create a sustainable, beautiful building that delivers lower energy bills for residents. The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program partnered with the Xavier design team to help exceed energy code without compromising resident comfort.
City of Countryside
The City of Countryside received over $20,000 in incentives from the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program for its new Municipal Complex – believed to be the first net zero energy municipal building in Illinois. Countryside is expected to save 209,192 kWh per year as a result of the energy efficiency upgrades, which would reduce its energy costs by more than $18,000 annually.
St. Mary Immaculate Parish
Learn how St. Mary Immaculate Parish implemented a lighting project saving them money and energy while allowing them to focus more resources on their mission.
Norwood Park Fire Department
After the Norwood Park Fire Department installed LEDs to illuminate its 9/11 monument, the fire chief was so impressed with the brightness and clarity that he decided to upgrade lighting throughout the fire station. Along with aesthetic improvements, Norwood Park expects to save over $9,000 annually on energy bills.
City of Freeport
Learn how the City of Freeport reduced its energy costs by more than $26,000 annually by installing energy-efficient lighting. Now that fire and police stations and the road department, art museum and airport are complete, Freeport benefits from lower costs and improved lighting quality.
55 West Monroe
Learn how ComEd's Energy Efficiency Program Retro-Commissioning service helped identify energy efficiency measures that reduced energy consumption by 14 percent at the 55 West Monroe building in Chicago.
200 West Madison
With the help of a ComEd-approved engineering service provider, this Transwestern-managed property completed a retro-commissioning (RCx) study through the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program.
Learn how the participation of two buildings in the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program resulted in estimated annual electric savings of over $141,000 for one customer.
Country Ridge Stables
Learn how Country Ridge Stables in Mundelein, IL is saving $3,100 per year on their electric bill while creating a safer, more well-lit environment for their workers and horses.
McDonald's in Arlington Heights Case Study
Find out how a McDonald's franchise owner in Arlington Heights, IL manages to save $13,424 per year on his energy bills while creating a more welcoming environment for his customers.
Powering Superdawg with new LED Lighting
SuperDawg re-establishes it's emblematic color and reduces its fixed electricity costs by upgrading its lighting by participating in the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program.
Hope House, a historic New Lenox church, now reimagined as a veteran’s facility, installs flat panel LED lights which don’t flicker or blink. ComEd Energy Efficiency Program assisted Hope House with selecting and installing the LED lights and other energy saving products beneficial to veterans suffering with PTSD.
Metropolitan Water Reclamation District – Lemont Plant
The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago facility in Lemont installed energy efficient upgrades, including a new turbo blower. ComEd incentives and technical assistance helped MWRD complete the project, which will save about 350,000 kWh per year, resulting in estimated cost savings of $27,000 annually.
*Actual savings will vary by customer’s energy usage and rate.
The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program is funded in compliance with state law.
Offers are subject to change.