Case Studies

  • Aug 04, 2011 | E Source
    In 2008 the state of California set bold energy-use reduction goals, targeting zero-net energy (ZNE) use in all new homes by 2020. Currently, there are relatively few examples that showcase the technical and market feasibility of affordable ZNE multifamily housing developments. To meet California’s...
  • Aug 04, 2011 | E Source
    Demand-response (DR) programs, in which facilities reduce their electric loads in response to a utility signal, represent a powerful tool for cutting peak demand and reducing stress on the electric power grid. It is also an effective strategy for customers to control energy costs. Lighting...
  • Aug 04, 2011 | E Source
    The next two decades will see billions of square feet of new construction and remodeled facilities across the U.S.— homes, offices, public facilities, and whole communities. The potential exists to make these facilities far more efficient than current codes require, and to work synergistically to...
  • Aug 31, 2010 | Raytheon Professional Services LLC
    To optimize the company’s learning, DTE Energy implemented a comprehensive learning solution that enabled the utility company to capture more savings.

    Not only did the overall contract yield cost savings results, but it is also raising the quality of training, improving process efficiency, and...

  • Aug 31, 2010 | BlueCielo ECM Solutions
    Discover how implementing an engineering content management (ECM) solution from BlueCielo has helped Idaho Power’s 300+ CAD engineers to securely manage their power infrastructure and equipment documents in order to meet FERC requirements and improve vital business processes, resulting in fewer...
  • Aug 31, 2010 | BlueCielo ECM Solutions
    Examine how the pressure of a more competitive power market place, regulatory requirements, and the need for a more streamlined and integrated way to manage over 60,000 engineering drawings across five independent sites prompted NYPA to seek help from BlueCielo to implement an engineering content...
  • Mar 04, 2009 | PROPHIX Software
    In 1946, the Como Oil and Propane Company (Como Oil) opened for business in northern Minnesota with a truck, a handful of customers and a commitment to customer satisfaction. Through the years, the business grew and their products developed. Today, with nine local offices throughout the region,...
  • Sep 24, 2008 | Coen Company, Inc.
    The Environmental Protection Agency continues to lower the allowable NOx emission rates through stringent regulations. These regulations are being met by several advanced methods in California. Some utilities, such as Cabrillo Power I LLC in Carlsbad, CA, are implementing innovative concepts on the...
  • Sep 10, 2008 | OSIsoft
    Through a combination of overcapacity and competitive pressure in the UK power market the company needed to operate its plant and carry out start-ups more efficiently, to deliver power to the grid on time, reduce damage to expensive equipment, and be more attractive to the market.
  • Aug 27, 2008 | CH2M Hill
    CH2M HILL was awarded a contract for the new, environmentally-friendly Besicorp/Empire combined cycle power plant in Rensselaer, New York. CH2M HILL is performing integrated engineering, procurement and construction for the 535 megawatt power plant with a peaking capacity of 635 megawatts. Total...