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Energy-saving strategies can deliver the greatest return at the lowest cost. We make it possible, with expert advice, resources and energy-saving programs tailored to your needs.
Warehouses are moving beyond simply providing storage. Many now offer high-tech inventory tracking and value-added services such as quality control testing and repackaging. As warehouses evolve and energy consumption grows, energy efficiency improvements can make a difference for the bottom line.
Warehouses in the U.S. spend an average of $0.70 per square foot on energy. For some, energy costs exceed 10 percent of total revenue. Heating and lighting – the two largest energy consumers – account for 64 percent of total warehouse energy use, making them the best targets for energy-saving investments1.
1Source: ENERGY STAR®
How We Can Help
Your distribution center or warehouse in Connecticut can take advantage of a number of energy efficiency and renewable energy programs funded through the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund and the Connecticut Green Bank. Many warehouses are especially good candidates for the Natural Gas Infrared Heater Rebate. In addition to cash incentives and financing options, you can benefit from the full-service energy efficiency program, Small Business Energy Advantage.
To find smart energy options that are right for you, please visit our Find a Solution page, or see a list of popular choices below.