Case Studies | Chateau Energy Solutions

RETAILERS: Now is the Time to Improve Customers’ Shopping Experience AND Save Money

  • Posted by Pam Hoddinott
  • On November 11, 2020
Implementing Energy Efficiency Measures Can Cut Costs but also Adds Up to a Better Customer Experience The coronavirus pandemic has ruffled the retail industry. Retailers are scrambling to improve their online shopping experience and searching for more ways to make brick and mortar stores more operationally efficient. There are approximately 657,000 retail stores in the […]
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Smarter Energy Management in Schools Provides More than Energy Savings

  • Posted by Pam Hoddinott
  • On August 25, 2020
As the new academic year starts, schools are facing unprecedented challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The usual budget constraints, coupled with new levels of building safety, are proving that long-term cost savings from smart energy management are more important than ever. In the U.S, K-12 schools spend $6 billion annually on energy bills, which is more […]
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Queen of Angels School

  • Posted by Pam Hoddinott
  • On June 5, 2020
  • HVAC Upgrade, Lighting Upgrade
Chateau Energy Solutions improves energy efficiency for a furniture sales and lease retailer with a lighting retrofit and installation of new controls that automates the scheduling and operation of the heating and cool ing equipment.
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Hennessy Lexus of Gwinnett

  • Posted by Pam Hoddinott
  • On June 5, 2020
  • HVAC Upgrade, Lighting Upgrade
Chateau Energy Solutions improves energy efficiency for a furniture sales and lease retailer with a lighting retrofit and installation of new controls that automates the scheduling and operation of the heating and cool ing equipment.
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Reducing Energy Costs in Automobile Dealerships

  • Posted by Pam Hoddinott
  • On February 6, 2020
Reducing auto dealership overhead costs is an essential way to boost profits. Lowering energy consumption should be a key consideration when looking to cut costs. Energy is the third-highest overhead expenditure for automobile dealerships, according to E Source. ENERGY STAR states that auto dealerships use, on average, more energy per square foot than a typical […]
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