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Green Generation Solutions: Company to Upgrade Energy Efficiency at 2 Federal Buildings in Hammond, Ind.


Bethesda, Md. — Dec. 8, 2015 — The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has awarded  Green Generation Solutions, LLC (GreenGen), a contract valued at $182,575 to provide for design and implementation of energy conservation measures and ongoing energy management services at the Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse in Hammond, Ind.

Based in the Washington, D.C., region, GreenGen is a company experienced in engineering and implementing energy efficiency plans in commercial properties.

Using a comprehensive Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC) from the Department of Energy's Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP), the base cost of the project  is determined by the energy savings guaranteed by GreenGen, allowing for the implementation of energy conservation measures.

The scope of the project includes the design and installation of high-efficiency LED lighting upgrades to the interior and exterior lighting systems to reduce energy consumption.

“GreenGen is proud to collaborate with the GSA to advance President Obama’s vision for energy stewardship at federal facilities, which support the overall goal of reducing energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions," said Brad Dockser, CEO, GreenGen. "The project at the Federal Building and Courthouse in Hammond is an exciting opportunity to deliver energy and cost savings."

The projected final energy use and energy cost for the project will be 27,552 kWh and $1,959, for a total energy savings of 29,274 kWh and $2,081 of energy cost savings. These reductions will be accomplished by the installation of over 330 solid-state LED technology fixtures. GreenGen will also report final project data to FEMP, including implemented energy conservation measures, total project investment, contract price, contract term, award date, completion date, guaranteed cost savings, and total energy savings.


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