STAMFORD, Conn. -- Stamford-based Revolution Lighting Technologies announced that its division, Energy Source, has been recognized with five energy efficiency awards by National Grid, one of the largest investor-owned energy companies in the world.
Energy Source's accomplishments include achieving the greatest total energy savings among the program's 20 project expediters for the eighth consecutive year. In addition to these awards, National Grid has endorsed Revolution Lighting's T5 "Uni-Fit" ballast ready LED tube and thin panel LED fixtures.
In recognition of Energy Source's exceptional work, the company was recognized at National Grid's award event on Feb. 5, for the following categories:
- Highest kilowatt hours saved: Energy Source accounted for 26 percent of the total 2015 program energy savings achieved by all 20 contracted vendors; two and a half times greater than the next closest contract vendor.
- Exceeding 100 percent of goal: Energy Source achieved 112 percent of its energy savings goal for 2015.
- Completing highest number of projects: Energy Source completed 143 of the 687 projects for the National Grids Project Expediter program in 2015.
- Most comprehensive and/or Custom Projects: Of Energy Source's 143 projects, 60 were comprehensive energy efficiency opportunities addressing multiple disciplines simultaneously.
- Most Gas Therms Saved: Energy Source accounted for 21 percent of total 2015 therms saved from all 20 vendors.
"We are proud to be recognized as the leading contributor of the National Grid Project Expediter Program for the eighth consecutive year, and look forward to our continued program success in 2016," said Mike Lemoi, president of Energy Source. "As a project expediter, we partner with our customers to maximize their energy savings through a simple and seamless experience. We manage all project phases, providing no cost energy efficiency assessments, address material selection, bidding, incentive procurement and implementation."
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