“Leveraging the state program, VirginiaSAVES, to help St. Anne’s-Belfield improve its education environment through energy efficiency is an exciting effort for Southland Energy. We look forward to helping them reduce their carbon footprint,” stated Vice President of Southland Energy Natasha Shah.
Southland Energy will be replacing aging and inefficient systems and equipment for dorms, classrooms, offices, and athletic facilities. The project scope includes boiler, chiller, and fan coil unit replacements, controls upgrades and integration, lighting upgrades, as well as the addition of high efficiency pumps, motors, and variable frequency drives.
The project is currently underway and anticipated completion is June.