01 May VaCom Technologies Partners with Customer to Win $1.5 Million from the California Energy Commission to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
La Verne (California), April 25, 2019. VaCom Technologies, the leader in industrial refrigeration controls analysis, systems and monitoring, partnered with a large frozen food factory to win the California Energy Commission’s Food Production Investment Program (FPIP) grant for more than $1.5 million. The grant will result in a projected 94% reduction in Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GHG).
VaCom developed a turnkey FPIP grant application on behalf of the large frozen food company. Through sizing and modeling multiple refrigeration system design options, VaCom identified the most cost-effective option that would result in the largest amount of GHG emission reduction.
The California Energy Commission awarded 100% of the requested funding to the customer towards completing the project. Upon completion of the project, the customer will have near zero direct GHG emissions from their refrigeration system, as well as a more sustainable and reliable operation going forward.
VaCom has an accomplished history of successfully working with California’s electric utilities and California’s food & beverage plant owners in identifying, implementing, and measuring & validating energy efficiency opportunities. The company’s well-established name and impressive experience is at the core of its strong partnerships with the leading food and beverage companies in the United States.
About VaCom Technologies
VaCom Technologies focuses on refrigeration controls solutions and is headquartered in the USA. The company is the leader in controls integration, providing analysis, controls and monitoring solutions for the most energy-efficient and cost-effective refrigeration technology management in the industry. More information: www.vacomtech.com.