Industrial & Large Commercial
Update November 30, 2012 - Pacific Power's proposed addition of an Energy Project Manager co-funding provision to the company’s Energy FinAnswer program has been approved by the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission effective December 1, 2012. The purpose of the co-funding is to increase end-user management and technical manpower devoted to the pursuit of electrical energy efficiency projects and in turn increase the number of projects completed.
Energy Project Manager Co-funding
In addition to the programs listed above, Energy Project Manager co-funding is available for customers who can commit to an annual goal of completing energy projects resulting in 1,000,000 kWh/yr in energy savings. Learn more »
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- Only 2 percent of the 30-year costs of a building are in its initial construction. Another 6 percent is expended on operations and maintenance and the remaining 92 percent are labor costs.
- In a typical office building, energy costs run about $2 per square foot while salaries and benefits are $130 per square foot or more. Even slight changes in productivity can have a large effect on the bottom line.