New contract for energy savings performance contracting
U.S. Communities has announced that its new contract for Energy Savings Performance Contracting Services has been awarded to McKinstry and Trane. This contract was awarded through a competitive solicitation process conducted by lead agency, Port of Portland, Oregon. The contract term is for six years with a start date of December 1, 2017, with the option to extend the contract for one additional period of five years.
“We’re very excited to be able to be able to offer our services to the more than 55,000 U.S. Communities participating agencies,” said Ash Awad, chief market officer for McKinstry, according to The Registry. “Addressing our aging infrastructure is important as we think about buildings to that will serve our future needs. The U.S Communities program gives public agencies more options for procuring the services necessary to improve and protect our public assets.”
McKinstry helps agencies make critical facility improvements that save money, improve energy efficiency and assure occupant comfort as an Energy Services Company (ESCO) using the Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC) procurement model. McKinstry provides the design, construction, and financial insight needed to reduce capital costs, increase revenue, and maximize the value of taxpayer dollars. With McKinstry, you aren’t deciding ahead of time to align with a specific product vendor – we focus on the right solution for you.
Trane is one of the nation's leading energy service contractors, and a Department of Energy (DOE) qualified energy service provider, delivering over $1.2 billion in guaranteed savings to their customers. As an energy company, and the leader in connected Building Solutions, Trane leverages data and deep expertise to help customers lower operating costs, improve comfort and be more sustainable
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