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Our team of engineers has delivered over $4 million and 50 million kWh of annual savings to Associated Food Stores, Inc. (AFS), American retail cooperative owning over 500 independent grocery stores across Utah, Arizona, Idaho, Colorado, Montana, Oregon, Nevada, and Wyoming.
Since 2005, we have been a trusted partner for AFS, guiding their energy management strategy and helping them leverage local utility sponsored programs. To date, we have supported projects at all 40 AFS corporately owned grocery stores as well as over 50 independent stores across Utah.
Working the Rocky Mountain Power wattsmart program we obtained almost $3 million in incentives for AFS. Currently, we are developing and overseeing implementation of approximately $5 million towards energy savings projects that include lighting and refrigeration controls upgrades resulting in increased profits.
Typical projects include many energy saving measures at each grocery store including the following:
We work closely with AFS to scope the projects, implementing cost-effective solutions based on specific operational and economic criteria. To ensure the intended operation and verify savings, we perform commissioning and verification activities for the implemented projects and provide savings documentation to AFS management.
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Over $4 million
Almost $3 million
Over 50 million kWh
45,000 to 75,000 sq. ft.