Top 10 Energy Tech Companies – 2019
CES has been named one of “10 Most Promising Energy Technology Solution Providers – 2019” by CIOReview.
This list is intended to feature companies with in-depth expertise in providing cutting-edge Energy Technology solutions that help consumers tackle the challenges involved in consumption and management of energy. We’re very excited to have been included on this list and have included an excerpt from the article that they wrote about us below.
Trail to Success
CES’ ultimate goal is to help their clients integrate Internet of Things (IoT) into their lighting upgrades to set themselves up for maximum efficiency and lowest total cost of ownership. Through their technology-agnostic approach, they endeavor to provide technology that will excel and still stay within the budget, which turns out to be a win-win scenario. CES specializes in helping their clients integrate IoT technologies into their facilities via the wireless ecosystems that are created during the lighting installation.
Maintaining direct factory relationships with a large number of reputable manufacturers helps in leveraging their buying power and market competition to provide a lower cost for their clients.
Being one of the leaders in the IoT space, CES is working on several projects for Fortune 500 companies. In a recent case, a Fortune 500 client led an initiative to reduce their carbon footprint by implementing wireless lighting technology throughout several facilities. With the assistance of CES, they were able to execute the project across five million square feet of industrial space.
Not just this, one of CES’ remarkable success stories is with Armstrong Flooring [NYSE:AFI]—a Pennsylvania corporation incorporated in 2016 when it was spun off as an independent entity from Armstrong World Industries. CES removed 1,181 legacy lighting fixtures which were replaced with 866 LED lights. By upgrading Armstrong Flooring’s lighting system to LED fixtures and adding integrated controls in strategic areas, Armstrong saved nearly 85 percent on their energy cost toward lighting. After the turnkey installation, the company had an annual savings of $171,355. Most importantly, the utility rebate covered over 80 percent of the total cost of the project. Controls were added on highbay fixtures to create a wireless ecosystem that will grow in value over time as more electronic devices in the facility become IoT connected.
The full article can be found on CIOReview’s website. There you can also find the rest of their Energy Tech special edition.