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Businesses Can Achieve Sustainability Commitments by Making Energy an Asset

  • Posted by Pam Hoddinott
  • On August 10, 2020
One of the most dramatic areas of change in our business community and our society at large is taking place with the concept of sustainability.  The number of Fortune 500 companies providing corporate level sustainability reporting rose from just 20% in 2011 to 86% in 2018, a staggering increase. The majority of these companies are […]
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Can UV Light Play a Role in Disinfecting Facilities?

  • Posted by Pam Hoddinott
  • On July 20, 2020
By Kristie Teoh, EIT, CSR-P, CEM Lead Technology Engineer, Chateau Energy Solutions As we all begin to adjust to a new normal from the pandemic, we have become more aware of disinfection and ways to prevent transmission. From social distancing to wearing masks and gloves, there are many other options to limit the spread of […]
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SHIFT HAPPENS: Retro-commissioning Can Get Buildings Back in Shape

  • Posted by Pam Hoddinott
  • On July 8, 2020
By the Chateau Energy Solutions’ engineering team The other morning, I woke up with some back pain. I didn’t think much of it because – let’s face it – I’m of the age where occasional pain of any sort is a way of life. I managed to get loosened up, and then went about my […]
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How COVID-19 is Affecting 2020 ENERGY STAR Certifications

  • Posted by Pam Hoddinott
  • On June 9, 2020
By Kristie Teoh, EIT, CSR-P, CEM Lead Technology Engineer, Chateau Energy Solutions Many people have adjusted to a new normal of working from home, so have our buildings! Most buildings have experienced reduced occupancy or complete closure.  As a result, the EPA has published new ENERGY STAR certification guidelines based on the changes caused by […]
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How a Power Flicker Could be Costly for Your Business

  • Posted by Pam Hoddinott
  • On May 13, 2020
By Todd Jarvis, Chief Operating Office Chateau Energy Solutions It has happened to all of us at one time or another when we least expect it. The lights blink and then nothing else happens. You probably forget about it, and you had no reason to wonder why it occurred or to ask if it caused […]
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