Singh360, working with ComEd in the Chicagoland Area, Produce Stellar Results

Grocery Store chain achieves 4-month payback! Medina MN, February 28, 2019 – Singh360 recently completed a Retro-Commissioning project for a large nation-wide grocer in the Chicagoland area.  As an approved provider of the ComEd RCx Building Tune-Up program, Singh360 was able to utilize ComEd’s utility incentives to keep the investment low. Our two highly trained

ComEd Customer in Chicago or Northern Illinois? Singh360 becomes a service provider for ComEd Retro-Commissioning (RCx) Building Tune-Up

No Up-Front Investment. With a current retro-commissioning job in the Chicagoland area, our customer urged us to get in touch with ComEd and get registered in their Energy Efficiency program.  They wanted us to include any incentives they offered into our deliverable. After working through the ComEd requirements, Singh360 is now a part of the

DON’T DO SUPERMARKET RETRO-COMMISSIONING WITHOUT A REFRIGERATION TECHNICIAN IN THE TEAM

If you’re retro-commissioning a supermarket store, you’ll save money by having a licensed refrigeration technician on your team. This post explains why.

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Variable-frequency drives deliver 1.5- to 5-year payback for supermarkets

By Abtar Singh, President, Singh360 Inc.

In this post you’ll see how variable-frequency drives (or VFDs) can generate a payback of 1.5 to 5 years in supermarkets. You’ll also see which uses of VFDs offer the fastest payback and highest return on investment (or ROI).     …Read More…

 

7 Rules of Thumb to Estimate Potential Energy Savings in Supermarket Refrigeration Systems

By Abtar Singh, President Singh360 Inc.

 

By applying seven easy rules of thumb, you can quickly estimate potential energy savings for refrigeration systems in a supermarket—even if you’re not an engineer..…Read More….

 

16 Ways to Reduce HVAC Energy in Supermarkets and Retail

By Abtar Singh, President – Singh360  Inc.

When it comes to reducing energy in supermarkets, we either focus on refrigeration (because it consumes 40-50% of the total energy) or lighting (which is pretty easy to understand).  However, HVAC equipments (almost 20% of the store power) are often overlooked though they can significantly impact energy consumption, provide customer comfort for better shopping experience and reduce food product quality and shrinkage..…Read More…