EERE Success Stories Illustrate Enduring Growth, Practicality, and Versatility of Energy Efficiency and Sustainability
With hundreds of documented projects, the growing portfolio of cases in which renewable energy and other sustainability efforts have made a positive impact continues to drive industry growth.
One of the key benefits of integrating sustainability infrastructure into a region, industry, or community is to help implement a far-reaching Triple Bottom Line. By properly remediating waste and supporting growth of bio-products and sustainable agriculture, one can help achieve energy and resource independence.
Team Gemini integrates numerous technologies into its developments to deliver these goals. This includes thermal energy and other utilities needed to operate a business or community. And besides catering to a variety of needs, a combination of technologies has the added benefit of solving multiple problems together.
How can we know that these technologies achieve their goals? Industry research is an ongoing process within Team Gemini, and each technology in the company’s portfolio is carefully vetted for a variety of factors (performance, long- and short-term costs, provider service and maintenance packages, quality, and more). What’s more, many other public and private stakeholders document the pros and cons of their efforts, and the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) showcases one of those efforts:
EERE Success Stories feature the positive impact of its work with businesses, industry partners, universities, research labs, and other entities to increase the use and effectiveness of affordable renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies.
This represents a growing number of examples showcasing the benefits of sustainability infrastructure. Energy resources for communities are diverse, and include utilities like electricity, thermal energy, and water. Specific to Team Gemini’s offerings in supplying these resources, team members like 2G Energy (combined heat and power), Viessmann (thermal energy et al), ABB (resource management and monitoring), and A3 (wastewater treatment and conservation) are part of the equation. Food production also plays an important role, as these resources are part of survival. These companies, among others, provide excellent technology and service options to fulfill a variety of energy efficiency and resource generation needs for countless communities.
EERE also provides a number of Partner Testimonials that offer a short glimpse into various project experiences:
The Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) partners with industry and community leaders to bring clean energy technologies into the marketplace. By providing research support and sharing developed technologies with industry and community leaders in the renewable electricity generation, energy-saving homes, buildings, and manufacturing, and sustainable transportation sectors, EERE is revolutionizing how the United States generates and consumes energy.
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