Lime Energy is a leading provider of energy efficiency solutions. Lime’s services include integrated energy engineering as well as consulting and implementation. Lime specializes in delivering plans that enable customers to reduce their facilities’ energy consumption, lower their operating and maintenance costs and reduce their carbon footprint. The company’s solutions include lighting, mechanical and electrical upgrade services, water conservation, weatherization and turn-key renewable energy projects.
Since 1980, Lime has managed and installed over 2 billion square feet in energy efficiency projects in health care facilities, high-rise office buildings, manufacturing plants, retail sites, mixed use complexes and large government sites. Lime currently employs over 400 people throughout the United States and its delivery teams are strategically deployed over a geographic footprint that allows it to implement across large national accounts while still closely partnering with state programs and local utilities.
Lime Energy maintains a strong presence in New England with two offices in Massachusetts and countless partners across utility, commercial, industrial and government sectors. “State and national energy policies are constantly changing,” says Joe Walsh, Regional Director, New England. “The New England states are at the forefront of aggressive energy reduction measures and state-administered incentive programs such as New Hampshire’s $5 million Pay 4 Performance Program. Our clients depend on us for building strategic road maps and quickly executing energy projects in this rapidly evolving marketplace.”
“Joining The New England Council is a natural fit for us,” says Walsh, “as their values and objectives are closely aligned to our own. They have a long history of representing the best interest of their members and as we continue our efforts to improve the sustainability of the region, we hope to become a valuable addition to their membership.”
Lime Energy is publicly traded under the NASDAQ symbol LIME and additional information regarding Lime Energy can be found at www.lime-energy.com.
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