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RAISE Energy Announces the 2016 Top 5 Energy Reduction Technologies

RAISE Energy Solutions, LLC, a subsidiary of RAISE Global Services, LLC, has announced the RAISE 2016 Top 5 Energy Reduction Technologies. Each of these winners has been branded under the RAISE Energy Reduction Portfolio umbrella and is available directly from RAISE or through their channel partners.

“We are excited to announce the selection of these incredible technologies,” said Carol McKown, CEO of RAISE. “These products have the power to create real change in our environment through lower CO2 emissions while generating significant savings in operating costs.”

RAISE Energy seeks out, vets, incubates, tests, and certifies technologies that are best-in-class in reducing energy use or creating clean energy. They are technology agnostic with a goal of finding the best solutions and then partnering with the winning innovators or manufacturers to apply the RAISE brand to their innovations.

The RAISE Energy vetting and selection process ensures their channel partners that their clients will be getting superior, effective, energy reduction solutions. “To be selected and earn the RAISE Energy brand, the technologies are measured on five criteria.

1.     Performance specifications with Independent 3rd Party Verification

2.     Most effective performance in the reduction category

3.    ROI less than 18 months – most between 3–9 months depending on cost per kWh

4.    Meets or surpasses most common global certification standards

5.     Field tested and ready to go

The 2016 winners are:

40%-90% Energy Savings. Maximum lumen output per watt and an extremely fast ROI

2nd Generation PROA with PTFE to permanently remove Oil-Fouling in HVACR and Chiller Oil systems, lowers energy use 10%-30% on average

RAPID Cool and RAPID Boil
Water molecule treatment for Chiller and Boilers systems to increase surface area and improve heat transfer for significantly improved efficiency

HVAC Energy Control Chip that optimizes fan run time and compressor cycle time for reduced energy consumption

REDUCTION Fuel Catalyst
Increases the potency of diesel fuel and home heating oil to reduce fuel consumption, lower emissions, and increase engine life.

“We evaluate and select technologies that are one-of-a kind and drive significant energy savings while delivering an ROI in the shortest amount of time.” said Tom VanZeeland, Chief Technology Officer of RAISE. “From state-of-the-art LED technology with incredibly high lumens per watt to our suite of HVAC/R products and our game-changing fuel catalyst, these technologies are the best of the best.”

When RAISE Global Services (Responsible Alliance In Social Enterprise) formed RAISE Energy and their innovation branch, they set out to change the world of energy reduction and energy generation for commercial applications.  For 5 years they have sought out solutions to bring to market that have a measured impact and fast ROI so that corporations, communities, and countries can add value by reducing energy costs, carbon emissions, and long term maintenance.

“Energy reduction is absolutely the first step in energy efficiency. We recognized the need for innovation within lighting, HVAC/R, and fuel and offering these best-in-class, innovative technologies together within one portfolio accelerates the understanding and availability of these products to the end user. Today, demand is soaring as businesses understand the importance of energy efficiency for the environment and for the bottom line. It’s the right thing to do and the wise thing to do,” concluded McKown.

RAISE Energy products are sold through ESCO’s, Facilities Managers, Energy Engineers, Agents, Dealers, and Distributors worldwide.  They take a holistic approach to bring products to market to reduce electricity and fuel consumption relating to Lighting, HVAC/R, Chiller Systems, Boiler Systems, Furnaces, Building Envelope, and Transportation.  In addition they strive to purify and conserve water and waste. For more information, please visit www.raiseenergysolutions.com.

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