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The Intern Experience

  • Posted by Pam Hoddinott
  • On August 19, 2019
This summer, Chateau Energy Solutions welcomed two interns: Hugh, a rising junior at Georgia Tech, and Craig, a rising freshman at University of North Georgia. For both Hugh and Craig, this was their first internship experience, so they were eager to learn and be exposed to a professional setting. Supervised by Kristie Teoh, the interns […]
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What is the Difference Between ASHRAE Level 1, 2, and 3 Audits

  • Posted by Pam Hoddinott
  • On August 7, 2019
Getting an energy audit is an important starting point for optimizing the building’s energy and financial performance. Audits, also called assessments, provide a record of your asset infrastructure, energy usage, and energy costs. Conducting a building audit gives you a measuring stick of how your facility and its assets are performing today and where work […]
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Why LED Lighting Makes Good Business Sense

  • Posted by Chateau Staff
  • On April 10, 2018
Those who are responsible for operating and maintaining efficient building space have most likely considered numerous energy efficiency strategies. Many find it difficult to determine which strategies provide the best payback. Chateau Energy Solutions consults clients on how to achieve better energy efficiency and become more sustainable. Our knowledge and expertise in energy and utility […]
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Businesses Committed to Energy Efficiency

  • Posted by Chateau Staff
  • On February 19, 2018
According to the findings from the 2017 Deloitte Resources Study, businesses’ energy management practices indicate an evolving maturity. Companies remain focused on sustaining the energy reductions they’ve made so far while looking for new ways to gain greater energy efficiency and environmental responsibility. Managing energy use has now become a requirement to stay competitive. Click […]
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Five Basic Issues Operators of Compressed Air Systems Face

  • Posted by Jim Dore
  • On November 29, 2017
A study by the U.S Department of Energy (DOE) show that 10 percent of industrial electricity is consumed by compressed air systems. This 10 percent translates into about $6 billion in operating cost annually. Manufacturers that consume large amounts of compressed air for their processes can spend well over $1 million annually in operation costs. […]
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