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Company Clients

  • Bettendorf Community School District
    In 2010, Bettendorf, IA, schools reduced energy by more than 16% in their first year of the SEE program – more than any other SEE district in a one-year period. Total energy costs avoided for the year exceeded $113,000. The district also received the ENERGY STAR® Leader Award for achieving 10% energy efficiency improvement organization-wide, one of only four school Continue Reading.
  • Ridgeview Medical Center
    Ridgeview Medical Center (RMC) is an independent nonprofit, regional healthcare network located in Waconia, MN, just 30 minutes west of Minneapolis. RMC employs more than 1,500 employees and serves a population of approximately 300,000 people in five-county service area. RMC chose to implement the CLASS 5 Plan for Healthcare in 13 of its buildings, including a 109-bed hospital, five off-site clinics, professional buildings Continue Reading.
  • Cambridge-Isanti Schools
    Cambridge-Isanti Public Schools joined the Schools for Energy Efficiency (SEE) program on Oct. 1, 2004. The district is comprised of eight buildings which have a combined total of 908,075 sq. ft. of space, 5,000 students, and 742 staff. The high school is typically occupied year-round, seven days a week since it is used for athletics, community functions, and religious services; Continue Reading.
  • Farmington Public Schools
    Farmington Public Schools are located just west of the Twin Cities and includes one high school, two middle schools, five elementary schools and two district support buildings totaling approximately 1 million sq. ft. The district educates more than 7,000 students. Farmington Schools started the SEE program in July 2008 with the goal of reducing school energy costs. Anne Anderson was Continue Reading.
  • City of White Bear Lake
    In 2012, the City of White Bear Lake partnered with CLASS 5 Energy to deploy a city-wide energy efficiency process. The process started in nine city-owned facilities, including city hall, the public safety building, public works, the sports center and a senior-living complex. CLASS 5 Plan implementation began in late spring. The city hired a full-time intern to oversee Plan Continue Reading.
  • Kraus-Anderson Construction Co.
    In the fall of 2008, Kraus-Anderson Construction Company created the KA Internal Green Committee to guide the company’s sustainability initiative. The purpose of this endeavor was to achieve three primary goals: • To internally operate in a more sustainable manner. • To educate Kraus-Anderson Construction Company employees on sustainability. • To raise the profile of Kraus-Anderson Construction Company’s sustainability activities Continue Reading.
  • Plymouth Congregational Church
    During the summer of 2012, Plymouth Congregational Church partnered with CLASS 5 Energy to bring energy efficiency to their ministry and mission. Plymouth Congregational created a five-person Energy Efficiency Committee who collectively coordinates education, engagement and communication with staff, congregants and the community.  This unique approach to coordinating an organizational effort has been highly successful, bringing together a group of Continue Reading.