SINGH360 Rebate Services Help Supermarkets Recoup Energy-Efficiency Incentives from Utilities

Maple Grove, MN, August 11, 2014 – Supermarkets in the United States can now get expert help to secure energy-efficiency rebates from utilities.

Use of Variable Frequency Drives Cuts Energy Use by 45% For HVAC Blower Fans at Minnesota Grocery Stores

Singh360 leads project that helps Byerly’s stores achieve payback estimated at 1.5 years.

Maple Grove, MN, June 4, 2013 – Use of variable-frequency drives (or VFDs) enabled Byerly’s grocery stores to cut energy use by almost half in blower-fan motors at five locations.

Benefits of Asset Management System to Be Discussed in the 49th Store Planning, Equipment, Construction and Facilities Services Seminars (SPECS) 2013

Mr. Singh joins executives from H-E-B in the discussion on “How to Implement and Manage an Asset Management  System”.

Maple Grove, MN, March 16, 2013 –  Store Planning, Equipment, Construction and Facilities Services Seminars (SPECS) will be holding its 49th Annual Show from March 17-20, 2013 at Hilton Anatole, Dallas.

Hybrid Condensers Enable 25% Gain in Energy Efficiency for Supermarket Refrigeration Systems

Singh360 Announces Deal to Sell Baltimore Air Coil Trillium Series of Hybrid Condensers to Midwestern Grocers

Maple Grove, MN, March 4, 2013 – Supermarket operators can achieve 25% gains in energy efficiency by using hybrid condensers for their in-store refrigeration systems.

Xcel Energy Increases Minnesota Electricity Rates by 9% in January 2013, Giving Supermarkets More Reason to Conserve Energy

Five Additional States May Approve Similar Rate Increases in 2013

Maple Grove, MN, January 14, 2013 — Supermarket operators in Minnesota will have even more incentive to improve their energy efficiency after January 2013, when utility Xcel Energy increases its rates for retail electricity by an average of about 9%.

Environmentally Friendly CO2 Refrigeration Systems to be Presented at FMI Energy & Store Development Conference

Mr. Singh joins executives from Target, Sobeys and Fresh & Easy to discuss end user experience with CO2 based refrigeration system.

Maple Grove, MN, September 5, 2012 – Grocery retailers can reduce energy cost and help protect the global environment by operating refrigeration systems that use carbon dioxide (CO2) rather than more commonly used refrigerants. This will be the topic of a presentation at the FMI Energy and Store Development Conference in Phoenix, Arizona, on September 12.