2001: G & G Rabbit Farm
Demandside Energy Solutions Inc. had the opportunity to install it’s first ever Arctic Gator.
2009: St. James United Methodist Church
A 32,000 sq. ft. church could not keep its fellowship hall and classrooms cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
Although nearing its downfall, DCF wanted to keep their tenants in the building without breaking the bank.
2011: Faith Baptist Church
Faith Baptist Church was facing an upgrade of 42 ½ tons worth of HVAC units. Replacing this the traditional way would have resulted in a high replacement bill with no change in energy efficiency.
2015: Once Upon A Child
Needing to do work on 3 HVAC systems at one time can be quite overwhelming when it comes to prices.
2016: Alachua County Humane Society
An under-performing HVAC system frequently shut down, failed to provide adequate temperature control, and contributed to sky-high electric bills.
2019: Niko’s Pizza
Niko’s Pizza occupies a building that seems to have been designed for energy inefficiency. The restaurant’s 15-ton HVAC system wasn’t up to job In either hot or cold weather.