Ameren Taps Lockheed Martin To Spearhead Efficiency Programs
AmerenUE is contracting Lockheed Martin to help the company implement energy efficiency programs for its 1.2 million business and residential electric customers.
The contracts are part of Ameren’s commitment to spend more than $70 million over three years on a range of initiatives including incentives to help consumers reduce their energy use and save money, and to delay the construction of new power plants.
Under the first of two contracts, Lockheed will work with Ameren’s large industrial and commercial customers to make lighting, heating and cooling, compressed air, motor drives, refrigeration and other processes in industrial plants, offices and commercial facilities more energy efficient.
Under the second contract, Lockheed will help Ameren residential customers in accessing and purchasing EnergyStar lighting and appliance products, and will assist home builders in designing, building and marketing EnergyStar new homes.
Energy Manager News
- The hunt for reforming energy markets
- New Hampshire Shopping Site Offers Over 70 Competitive Retail Plans
- KCC Slashes Westar Transmission Delivery Fee
- Reach Out to Finance Execs With Data They Understand
- Energy Trust of Oregon Exceeded 2015 Goals
- Mercy Housing, Promise Energy Teaming Up
- 30 Environmental Advocacy Groups Call on NARUC for Holistic Rate-Setting Guidelines
- New York State’s Summer of Energy