Partnering with Siemens: Case Studies on Local Infrastructure Improvements and Energy Savings

BLOG POST | Oct 20, 2014

Local governments often partner with private companies to achieve their sustainability goals. Learn about experiences of jurisdictions who worked with Siemens to pursue a variety of infrastructure improvements, increase their energy efficiency, and improve their long-term financial viability. Projects ranged from automated water meter upgrades to a solar energy project that offset increased demand from new wastewater treatment facilities. In each case, Siemens conducted an audit to identify inefficiencies. In turn, with budget goals in mind, proposals for cost-effective infrastructure improvements that save resources were deliberated to ensure the right fit. A supportive partnership enabled many of these projects – and will generate substantial savings over the lifetime the projects. Explore the case studies below for insights on how to implement local infrastructure improvements and energy savings opportunities.

Wastewater Upgrade & Solar Development in Atwater, CA

Wastewater Facility and System Upgrade in Bay City, Texas

Water Meter System Upgrade in Bridge City, Texas

Capital Improvements in Conroe, Texas

Geothermal Development in Cowlitz County, Washington

Wastewater Infrastructure Improvements in El Campo, Texas

Water Meter System Upgrade in Greenville, Mississippi

Advanced Metering Infrastructure in Hewitt, Texas

Energy Performance Contract in Jackson, Mississippi

Solar Energy Project in County of Merced, California

Automated Meter Infrastructure in O’Fallon, Missouri

Infrastructure and Energy Improvements in Port Arthur, Texas

Energy Efficiency Improvements in Rolla, Missouri

Automated Meter Infrastructure in Rosenberg, Texas

Automated Meter Infrastructure in Salina, Kansas

Energy Savings with Performance Contracting in Tonawanda, New York

*Siemens, Inc. is a strategic partner of ICMA.



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