Lime Energy Co. (NASDAQ: LIME) announced today the completion of their one thousandth project since beginning a contract to implement the
Direct Install Program
as part of
New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program
. Over the three year contract term, Lime Energy has implemented energy efficiency solutions for 591 businesses and schools throughout Bergen, Essex, Passaic, Hudson and Union Counties – working together with TRC, the statewide Commercial & Industrial Market Manager. An additional 409 projects were able to leverage federal ARRA funds to cover all project costs at a wide variety of municipal facilities. Together, these projects have resulted in savings of over 29.5 million kilowatt hours and 348,000 therms of natural gas for New Jersey businesses and municipalities.
“Lime Energy has been proud to partner with New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program,” said John O’Rourke, President and CEO at Lime Energy. “As the
energy efficiency contractor
for Northern New Jersey, Lime Energy has spent the last three years establishing deep relationships with the businesses in our communities, and working together with TRC we have brought energy and gas savings of $4.8 million dollars to these businesses and to the municipalities they are located in.”
About Lime Energy Co
Lime Energy is a national leader in designing and implementing energy efficiency programs for utilities, government agencies and private enterprises. Our innovative solutions enable our clients to meet their energy savings and carbon reduction goals across a portfolio of facilities, driving increased profitability and competitiveness. We bring proven results and over 25 years of experience that enable us to scale energy efficiency programs to meet increasing clean energy regulations.
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