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5.22kW solar project in Williamsville, NY consisting of 18 of Silevo's Triex U_Series 290 watt panels,
9.28kW PV Silevo Triex U_Series 290 Watt in Clarence, NY
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JUNE 2011 - EFFICIENT & RENEWABLE

by Tracy Will
Mon, Jun 27th 2011 08:00 am

 

We've told you all about National Grid's Energy Efficiency Incentive Programs and our partnership with Lime Energy to install energy-efficiency upgrades under the Small Business Services Programs. We've also told you that CIR has entered the solar energy market.  These steps are all part of CIR's commitment to helping our customers become more sustainable by reducing their energy use and utilizing renewable energy.

Well, we've been busy!  This month's CIR Update features a project that we are currently completing under National Grid's Large Business Program, and to date we're approaching the 100-mark for energy-efficiency upgrade projects that we've completed with Lime Energy.  We've also partnered with EnerPath, and have completed nearly 80 re-lamp and re-ballast projects for NYSEG customers.

With the solar installation at PUSH Buffalo's Net-Zero House complete, we've been actively pursuing additional PV installation projects and partnerships.  We've bid on more than a dozen new projects, have been officially awarded one of those projects, and are frontrunners in a few others.

As you can see, we're definitely hard at work helping our customers make energy-efficiency and renewable energy improvements to their buildings!        

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