Denver District Steam Loop Rate Increase | EnergyLink

Avoid Denver's District Steam Loop Rate Increases

Integrate energy efficiency products to avoid shouldering the 39.2% steam rate increase

Your business can't afford to incur such huge steam rate increases

By integrating renewable energy systems like boiler economizers, cogeneration (CHP) systems, VRV systems, geothermal pumps, and more, your company can reduce its dependency on steam, thus avoiding the new rate increase. Rate increases are expected to start after October 2019 when the city adds a new boiler, so the time to act is now!

We'll custom engineer and install a creative mix of energy products to drive down both your steam and electric costs

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Boiler economizers

The correct fuel-to-oxygen ratio, proper sizing, and maintenance of boilers and associated equipment are essential to efficient operation. Inefficient boiler systems can be costing you significantly on energy bills; see how we can help your organization avoid this.
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CHP systems

Combined heating and power units use natural gas to drive a generator which produces electricity for your own use while the wasted energy is used to heat your facility. Compared to other gas-using systems, CHP systems are much more efficient.
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Thermal energy storage

Energy can be stored in the form or ice or heated fluids in insulated tanks for slow release over time. Working in tandem with your HVAC system, this helps to ease the burden on facility systems during peak heating or cooling hours.
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Geothermal energy storage

Geothermal energy storage is a form of energy storage using natural underground heat to generate and store energy. It is considered one of the renewable energy alternatives that can act as a substitute for fossil fuels.
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VRF & Chiller Packages

VRF and chiller packages are used to capture hot or cold air absorbed from the air during the cooling process and redirects the heat to other parts of the facility that need the heat. This process puts less strain on your HVAC system.
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Building automation systems

Complex algorithms are used to automate the use of your building's new or existing energy assets to maximize efficiency. Common assets we automate include HVAC systems, solar panels, LED lighting, batteries, refrigeration, and boilers systems.
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Solar panels

Solar power is a reliable and predictable renewable energy investment. If your goal is to consume less electricity from the grid or manage power demand spikes, working with an automated facility monitoring and control system guarantees returns.
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Efficient HVAC systems

When not properly controlled, old or poorly maintained HVAC systems are often the cause of excessive demand spikes and electrical consumption. Demand spikes can be mitigated while still keeping indoor temperatures at a comfortable level.
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LED lights

Lighting typically makes up about 20% of a building’s electrical consumption and sets the baseline power demand. Replacing old fixtures with more efficient LED’s reduces consumption and demand baseline. This is an essential energy management upgrade.
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Don't wait until Denver's steam rates increase to make a change!

Contact us to proactively create a plan to deal with the rate increase in both the short and long-term.

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