Mr. Singh joins John Stuit, Chief, Design Construction of the Defense Commissary Agency to discuss their experience between CO2 and HFC Refrigeration racks.

Medina, MN (October 26, 2020): Grocery retailers can reduce energy costs and help protect the global environment by operating refrigeration systems that use carbon dioxide (CO2 ) rather than more commonly used refrigerants. The topic of this GreenChill webinar presentation will center around the comparison of the CO2 systems to their HFC counterparts in two distinct regions of the US.

Powerful, Cloud-based Commissioning and Energy Audit Application Released from Singh360

Medina, MN (September 5, 2019): Singh360 announces the immediate release of a new software suite to its already comprehensive kWh360 cloud-based energy efficiency management software (

This 3 in 1 tool now allows you to Commission and Retro-Commission a store in addition to Energy Auditing. Capture information in the cloud as you commission or retro-commission a grocery store/buildings and office staff can follow your progress clear across the US in real-time.

Designed for HVAC, Lighting, Refrigeration, Process Loads and Energy Management – It keeps all your data together, on a site by site basis, alongside your energy data.  Access all of your through any computer, tablet or smart phone from anywhere.

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

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 engineers along with a refrigeration contractor spent a week at the store, delivering great energy saving results. The 42,600 sq.ft. grocery store that benefited from this, is occupied daily from 6AM to 11PM, 7 days/week and has been open for several years.

Singh360 Energy software and services range from building-envelope assessments to complete design of mechanical and electrical systems (including HVAC, lighting and refrigeration systems) for new and existing buildings using mobile and cloud app from kWh360 Inc.

Singh360 Appoints a New Director of Business Development

Medina, MN (July 23, 2018):  Energy efficiency technology company, Singh360, announces the appointment of John Post as Director of Business Development, effective immediately.

Energy efficiency technology company, Singh360, announces the appointment of John Post as Director of Business Development, effective immediately.  Mr. Post has over 20 years’ experience working within the energy efficiency marketplace in the commercial, grocery and multi-site arena, holding various commercial and business development roles.  Most recently, he was with Resource Data Management selling micro-processor controlled systems to customers, dealers, contractors, and OEMs.

Sprouts Farmers Market Uses Software and Services from Singh360 to Manage Energy Efficiency of Stores

Medina, MN (September 18, 2017): Sprouts Farmers Markets, a grocery chain of more than 275 stores known for healthful and organic foods, cut its energy use in nine older stores by 15 percent in four months.

With the help of software and services from Singh360, a Minnesota-based energy management company, Sprouts exceeded their project goal by 100 percent.

Sprouts is committed to promoting healthy living and environmental sustainability, with all new stores are built to LEED Silver specifications and older stores upgraded continuously. The stores average about 28,000 to 30,000 square feet each.

Sprouts Farmers Market, Inc. is a healthy grocery store offering fresh, natural and organic foods at great prices. Sprouts offers a complete shopping experience that includes fresh produce, meat and seafood, bulk foods, vitamins and supplements, packaged groceries, deli, baked goods, dairy products, frozen foods, natural body care and household items catering to consumers’ growing interest in health and wellness.

Grocery Store Remodeling Project at Strack & Van Til Cuts Electricity Bill 35%

Medina, MN (September 26, 2015): Even for engineers with long experience in remodeling supermarkets, the size and speed of the energy savings came as a surprise.

Even for engineers with long experience in remodeling supermarkets, the size and speed of the energy savings came as a surprise.

Just two months after they finished a big project, energy use in one store dropped by 35%.

No less surprised was the supermarket’s electric utility provider. An account executive there wrote the retailer’s energy manager to suggest that an electricity meter may not be working properly. These innovations help organizations set priorities for efficiency projects based on sustainability goals, speed of payback, and the measured return on investment. Contact Singh360 to see if these innovations fit with your facility and energy management strategy going forward.

Singh360 Partners with Brazilian Energy Engineering Firm – Evolutiva

Medina, MN (August 15, 2016): Singh360, a Minnesota-based provider of technologies and services to reduce energy consumption, has announced a commercial partnership with Evolutiva Engenharia e Consultoria, an engineering firm based in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Evolutiva plans to introduce Singh360’s systematic energy efficiency processes and technologies. We will also remarket the 360-Cloud software.”

“We’re impressed by the savings North American users of the 360-Cloud software have achieved for their multi-site operations,” Flavio said. “We are especially impressed by how easy the software is to learn and use.”

Upper Midwest Grocery Chain Strack & Van Til Cuts Store Electricity Use Over 25% in Less 12 Months

Minneapolis, MN (September 26, 2015): The 38-store grocery chain Strack & Van Til (SVT) has reduced its use of electricity by 26.6% in a two-store pilot program begun in 2014. Overall, the chain cut electricity use by 11.5% in stores open more than a year.

“It was critical for us to reduce one of our largest controllable expenses,” said Andy Raab, vice president real estate at SVT, LLC, which owns and operates Strack & Van Til. “We wanted to save money because we have an aggressive remodeling plan in the works.”

Grocers must also understand energy-efficient technologies such as variable-frequency drives (VFDs), electrically commutated (EC) motors, LED lighting, and door retrofitting, Singh said. Finally, they must understand how to communicate with their control systems through virtual private networks (or VPNs).

“Many retailers don’t have all these capabilities in house”, Singh said. “That’s why it makes sense for them to work with a one-stop shop where they can hire all the skills they need.”

RDM & Singh360 Bring Massive Energy Savings to Grocery Store Chain Lunds & Byerly’s

Minneapolis, MN (April 5, 2015): Minnesota based grocery chain Lund Food Holdings, Inc. (LFHI) has seen an incredible reduction in energy usage through its partnership with Singh360 and Resource Data Management.

Various energy saving technologies are being used (RDM floating suction and head pressure control, door heater control, night set-point set-backs, LEDs, condenser and HVAC Blower Fan VFDs, hybrid condensers, door retrofits, retro-commissioning, etc.) and, in most cases, are knitted together using RDM’s advanced control capabilities, resulting in millions of dollars in electricity savings.

Singh360 are continually finding new ways to reduce energy spend, such as automating the kitchen hood exhaust fans based on usage. By consistently providing cutting edge technology and top notch customer service, RDM and Singh360 are forging a new standard in the facilities management marketplace.

Use of Variable Frequency Drives Cuts on HVAC Blower Cuts Energy Use by 45%

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.

“VFDs make the operation of refrigeration systems smoother. If you implement them with the proper control strategy, they can reduce power consumption by 20% to 30% in those units,” Abtar Singh said. More than 95% of all installations of heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (or HVAC) systems in the United States use single-speed motors rather VFDs.

VFDs save energy by running electric motors at variable speeds. They control the speed of the motor by changing the frequency or voltage of the alternating current (or AC) on which it runs. “When you reduce the speed of a fan motor by 20%, air flow decreases by 20%,” Singh said. “But energy use drops by 50%.”