US energy management specialist SCIenergy has been contracted by the Texas city of San Antonio to optimise the performance of more than 100 municipal buildings, in a deal worth $2.8m.
This follows a contract won in the city last year worth $550,000 to improve the efficiency of commercial and institutional facilities in the San Antonio community.
Part of the funding from the latest deal will come from the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act stimulus programme.
Jim Josephson, vice president of sales at SCIenergy, said, ‘We’re thrilled to once again be able to help this value and energy conscious community. Through sustainability initiatives like these, the city of San Antonio is raising the level of awareness about the benefits of optimising building performance. In addition to helping reduce energy consumption, SCIenergy is honoured to team with the city to create local jobs under the Small Business Economic Development Advocacy programme.’
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