Ubicquia Joins National Association of Energy Service Companies’ Growing Affiliate Membership
Intelligent Infrastructure Technology Leader Works with Municipalities, Utilities, and Mobile Operators to Enable Smart Cities and Smart Grid Services
Washington, D.C., August 8, 2022 -- The National Association of Energy Service Companies (NAESCO), the leading advocacy and accreditation association representing companies modernizing our nation’s building infrastructure through energy efficiency projects, welcomes Ubicquia to its rapidly expanding membership. Ubicquia delivers smart lighting solutions that make cities safer, smarter, and more connected.
Ubicquia recently joined as an energy service affiliate member of NAESCO, a D.C.-based trade association founded in 1983. NAESCO member companies perform energy efficiency retrofits on some of the nation’s most vital infrastructure, including hospitals, educational campuses, municipal facilities, and other public buildings.
Through energy service performance contracts (ESPCs), energy service companies (ESCOs) and service providers upgrade HVAC systems, lighting, water management, indoor air quality, smart metering, and more to reduce buildings’ carbon footprint while increasing cost savings and resiliency for customers and communities. Since 1990, ESCOs have delivered $70 billion in projects paid from savings and saved 480 million tons of carbon emissions.
“We are pleased to welcome Ubicquia to the NAESCO community and our growing affiliate membership,” said NAESCO Executive Director Dr. Timothy D. Unruh. “Ubicquia’s efforts to provide more visibility and data on the health of transformers in North America is making a huge impact in resiliency and efficiency. Companies like Ubicquia will continue to play a pivotal role in driving the net-zero transition and accelerating a more efficient, sustainable future.”
“Joining NAESCO was an easy decision for us. As we focus on enabling critical improvements in grid reliability and intelligence, we are excited to collaborate among this community of companies working every day to deliver sustainability energy solutions,” said Stephen Patak, Chief Revenue Officer, Ubicquia.
Other members of NAESCO include Ameresco, ConEdison Clean Energy Businesses, Honeywell, Siemens, and leading companies in the energy efficiency sector.
For more information on NAESCO, please visit www.naesco.org.
The National Association of Energy Service Companies (NAESCO) is the leading advocacy and accreditation organization for Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) and is dedicated to modernizing America’s building infrastructure through performance contracting. Uniting the energy service industry, NAESCO promotes favorable government policies; sponsors a rigorous accreditation program; provides training and education; and champions the interests of ESCOs across the nation.
ESCOs contract with private and public sector energy users to provide cost-effective energy efficiency retrofits across a wide spectrum of client facilities, from college campuses to water treatment plants. Effectively utilizing a performance-based contract business model, ESCOs have implemented more than $50 billion in comprehensive energy efficiency retrofit projects over the last three decades.
Learn more about NAESCO, its members, membership benefits and accreditation process at www.naesco.org, and follow NAESCO on Twitter (@NaescoNews) and LinkedIn (@naesco).
Ubicquia® started with a simple idea: we can use existing streetlights and utility poles to make communities smarter, safer and more connected. Since then, the company has helped municipalities, utilities and communication service providers control lighting costs; accelerate 5G deployments; extend public WiFi; deliver video security services; and protect against grid failures. Ubicquia’s products are compatible with more than 360 million streetlights and 500 million utility poles worldwide. We are dedicated to making technology that is easy to install and affordable.
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