This past year, Ally Energy Solutions teamed up with efficiency-as-a-service (EaaS) provider, Redaptive, on a number of energy efficiency projects for their client, international construction materials company, Saint-Gobain. Ally was honored to be selected as the implementation partner for projects including LED lighting upgrades, sensors, and measurement and verification implementation at multiple facilities across the United States.
Countries across the globe continue to be deeply impacted by Covid-19. With retail, travel, and entertainment economies frozen, and millions ordered to shelter in place, the impact on businesses, lifestyles, and the general economy has been swift and far-reaching. But, while streets are empty and the normal bustle of commerce is suspended, there are many businesses that simply cannot shutter under any circumstances.
As individuals, parents, family members, and professionals, the impacts of the coronavirus, both physical and economic, are of great concern to us all. The daily news of canceled events, closed public facilities and travel restrictions prompt us to ask ourselves how we should proceed.
This past January, the entire Ally Energy Solutions team assembled in San Marcos, California to attend the company’s annual meeting. The meeting, entitled the Enterprise View of Energy, featured three days of educational talks, team building activities, and networking opportunities, that provided a chance for all team members to gather together and learn more about Ally’s long-term approach to energy efficiency as it applies to the company’s ever-growing portfolio of projects.
Ally Energy Solutions is honored to receive the SRP Business Solutions FY2019 Top Contributor Award. This award is given to the top three Energy Efficiency Alliance members that deliver the highest kWh/kW savings to SRP’s custom business program. The award recognizes Ally’s work upgrading and optimizing industrial refrigeration systems for an Arizona manufacturer, resulting in 3,267,000 kWh in annual energy savings. The project also received more than $300,000 in SRP incentives.