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Trade Partner Spotlight

As a part of our Connect blog, we like to feature our top trade partners to showcase those organizations and how they're at the forefront of energy efficiency.

Meet One of Our Top Trade Partners: Sustainable Energy Savings (SES)

When you ask Matthew Strebe CEO of SES, about recommissioning, he lights up with energy and excitement. After all, it’s his profession and passion. He’ll be quick to mention that 40% of our nation’s energy consumption stems from commercial building operations. And if all of them were to commit to recommissioning, there could be significant opportunities to reduce energy use and costs.

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Meet One of Our Top Trade Partners: Trane

June 1, 2016 - Trane is one of those highly respected, long-standing companies with energy efficiency in its DNA. They started doing business 103 years ago in La Crosse, Wisconsin, as the manufacturer of an innovative heating system. Within a couple of decades, they had patented a new air conditioning system. From there they quickly progressed to efficient, large-building HVAC systems and have evolved rapidly through the decades to become an industry leader in HVAC system solutions, service, building automation and controls, and energy services.

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Meet One of Our Top Trade Partners: John Henry Foster

February 23, 2016 - Maximizing energy efficiency takes a village. And for Minnesota businesses, that village requires highly trained engineers and distributors with expertise in efficient products, systems and installation. This month we’re putting the spotlight on John Henry Foster, one of the Midwest’s leading automation and compressed air systems distributors. They also provide mobile service maintenance and repair, 80/20 aluminum framing systems, piping system design and installation, as well as a certified in-house control panel shop.

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Energy Saving Tip

Create your own shade by planting a tree in a strategic location in your yard to block sunlight from pouring into your windows. It doesn't get much more green than a tree!

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Break Ground, Not the Law

Always call 811 before digging in your yard to avoid hitting buried gas or electric lines. Not only is it the safe thing to do, but it's the law.

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