Knoll, Inc. Qualifies for $28,656 in Utility Incentives


Knoll, Inc. recently installed a new web based Building Automation System (BAS) at their facility in Kentwood, MI.  The system will allow the building owners/management to have more control over their heating and cooling units, lighting, and ventilation systems.  Control Logic Of Michigan installed the new BAS, which will significantly reduce energy consumption at the facility.  These energy upgrades will also provide lower operational costs moving forward.

MYESCO worked to secure and process Utility Incentives for the project through the Consumers Energy and DTE Incentive Programs.  These programs offer a wide range of Incentives to customers who complete energy upgrades and/or construct energy efficient buildings.  Knoll, Inc. received their check for $28,656 from CE and DTE for the improvements they made.

Upgrading to a new Building Automation System could provide multiple benefits to your company or organization.  The life cycle of utilities will improve, operational costs will be lowered, and qualifying upgrades will be eligible for Utility Incentives.  Here at MYESCO, we can show you the best options to reduce energy consumption at any of your facilities.  Contact us today!


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