CHA partnered with the University of Rochester to deliver energy management services through a NYSERDA-funded FlexTech initiative. The project spanned their extensive campus, encompassing approximately 141 buildings. We conducted meticulous energy studies, evaluated proposals from ESCOs and equipment vendors to ensure accurate savings, and actively participated in devising and executing strategies for energy reduction and sustainability.
Additionally, we carried out a comprehensive energy benchmarking study, focusing on 33 of their most significant structures, spanning an impressive 3.75 million square feet. CHA played a pivotal role in identifying various opportunities for conserving energy, ultimately resulting in the successful application for over $2 million in NYSERDA energy incentives supporting the University's commitment to energy efficiency and sustainability initiatives.
$2 million in NYSERDA energy incentives.
141 buildings located on the campus.
Energy benchmarking study for 3.75 million square feet of space.
Mike Tsakaloyannis, CEM
Associate Vice President, Senior Project Manager, Senior Principal Engineer
Mike has over 25 years of experience managing the development and delivery of detailed energy audits, energy master plans, and design engineering projects. He has managed energy audits for over 1,000 institutional, industrial, commercial, and government buildings in the Northeast United States and has extensive experience with state and utility incentive programs. He is also proficient with GHG quantification and the development of climate action plans.