AES performed both phases of the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act for the Louisville Metro Energy Efficiency Improvements. AES was the prime contractor and coordinated the 94 facility improvement directly with Louisville Metro. AES installed more than 36,000 T8 Efficient Lamps, 12,000 energy efficient ballast and 8,000 CFL Lamps. Replaced outdated water faucets and shower heads at (5) YMCA Facilities and improved gymnasium lighting with energy efficient 2x4 fixtures while replaced expensive and outdated Metal Halide lights. This project took place over 14 men and employed more than (16) electricians. Project came in under budget and three months ahead of schedule.
AES partnered with NORESCO, energy Services Company (ESCO) with more than 25 years’ experience in the energy services field, NORESCO is a leader in the highly-specialized performance-based contracting market for local, state and federal correctional facilities. They have developed and implemented innovative and cost-effective projects at sites ranging from minimum security to Supermax facilities. Our projects incorporate supply and demand-side strategies including alternate energy sources to deliver significant energy and water conservation and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions that ultimately benefit the taxpayer and the environment.
AES worked at (5) correctional facilities across the state to help reduce energy consumption. In addition to correctional facilities we completed projects at Kentucky International Convention Center, Kentucky Fairgrounds and other state owned properties. Services performed by AES included lighting upgrades, temperature control wiring, installation of efficient lighting and power feeders for new HVAC equipment. Our experience in working in active campus settings and capability to service the entire State of Kentucky made us a perfect match to partner with NORESCO.
AES partnered with Johnson Controls to help the city of Louisville reduce its energy consumption across a large range of City owned properties.
Phase I - Louisville Metro Mayor Jerry Abramson announced a plan to “drastically improve” energy efficiency in 24 city-owned buildings, according to a news release from the mayor’s office.The energy-efficiency improvements include heating, ventilation and air conditioning system upgrades, new insulation and the installation of personal computer energy-management programs at buildings such as the Metro Hall Annex, the Hall of Justice, City Hall Annex and the Fiscal Court Building, according to the release.
The energy conservation measures are expected to save the city more than $13 million over the course of the contract.
Phase II – Consisted of much of the same projects but expanded to more city owned properties. The improvements will include replacing large pieces of outdated, inefficient equipment, such as chillers and boilers. They also will include the installation of updated lighting, insulation and wiring.
AES Scope of work includes new electrical feeders for replaced HVAC equipment, energy efficient lighting u grades and Temperature Control wiring.
AES was the general contractor and installer for the Photovoltaic Package on the first New Zero Energy Public School in the United States. AES has both NABCEP & UL Certified Photovoltaic Installer certifications, one of less than 100 companies across the county in 2013.
See link below how the system is not only Net Zero but Net Positive, in 2012 the school district received a check for $37,227.31. The Tennessee Valley Authority paid the school district for electricity it generated.
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