CoolSys Energy Optimization Helps Companies Save

The following statistics represent energy cost savings at four different 45-55k sq ft grocery stores. Based on changes CoolSys Energy Optimization helped execute, these savings represent a wide range of energy conservation that is a result of our Energy Optimization Program which includes evaluation, recommendations and implementation.

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Whole Foods Saves on Energy Costs

CoolSys Energy Optimization performed engineering work for a Sacramento area Whole Foods Market that resulted in a 31% reduction in energy usage. Not only did the market reduce its overall carbon footprint, but $225,000 in SMUD rebates are contributing to their overall energy cost reduction. The improvements made to air conditioning, refrigeration and lighting are estimated to provide energy savings of 659,700 KWH per year. CoolSys Energy Optimization was instrumental in upgrading and replacing parts of the Whole Foods’ store refrigeration and HVAC system including the addition of energy management software and sensors that will continue to help regulate the store’s energy usage. This type of savings is representative of what CoolSys Energy Optimization can do to help you lower your energy usage and costs.  

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Tokyo Central’s Total Energy Makeover – 26% Energy Use Reduction

The Tokyo Central market in West Covina, CA underwent a CoolSys Energy Optimization total energy makeover resulting in a phenomenal 26% reduction in energy usage to date. Prior to working with CoolSys Energy Optimization, this supermarket chain had several locations with high utilization — consuming 1,072,538 kWh of energy at an annual cost of $98,781. Through our Energy Optimization Services, CoolSys Energy Optimization was able to reduce their energy consumption to 792,389 kWh of energy, resulting in $25,802 in annual savings. The parent company, Marukai, was so impressed with the results, they are using it as a footprint for future projects and plans are underway to have CoolSys Energy Optimization overhaul another of its high-usage stores.

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