Pasadena, CA – September 21, 2012 — For the City of West Covina, AESC has completed ASHRAE Level 2 energy audits for selected municipal buildings and parks. The audits were funded through Southern California Edison in an effort to advance local government goals presented in the CPUC’s California Long-Term Energy Efficiency Strategic Plan. AESC conducted site visits, identified energy efficiency opportunities, performed engineering and cost analysis, and delivered a comprehensive assessment report. The energy efficiency measures identified by AESC will help the City develop a prioritized list of projects for the Energy Efficiency Chapter of their Climate Action Plan.
About The City of West Covina
Since 1993, the City of West Covina has made a significant commitment to energy conservation. Their continued efforts to save energy and money have resulted in more than 12 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of energy saved and approximately $1,300,000 in reduced City operating expenses. The City has been recognized for its forward thinking and achievements in energy reduction and long-term energy planning. The City of West Covina is a participant of SCE’s Local Government Energy Leader Partnership Program, which encourages municipalities to “lead by example” and offers incentives for energy efficiency projects completed in municipal facilities.
AESC provides high quality engineering and management services to enable rapid deployment of efficient, cost-effective, reliable and environmentally friendly energy systems. AESC’s customized engineering solutions and services are provided to utilities, government agencies, and other organizations that seek to improve energy production, delivery, and end use. Founded in 1994, AESC has offices in Carlsbad, San Diego, Pasadena, and Concord, California.