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Feeding Families Through Energy Efficiency
Lime Energy

Feeding Families Through Energy Efficiency.

In partnership with The Rexel Corporation and local utilities, Lime Energy provides energy efficiency services free of charge to food banks across the country. For food pantries, soup kitchens, and other providers of free meals, the monthly savings earned through energy efficiency help feed families in need. Each dollar saved on energy costs means more meals for hungry families. The donated projects also include Lime SAVE™, our newest energy efficiency offering.

Lime SAVE™

With SAVE™, Lime Energy offers small businesses an energy efficiency solution that guarantees monthly energy savings and requires no money out of pocket. Customers receive energy savings equipment and Lime Energy measures the energy savings created by the new equipment. As the business saves on its energy bill every month, Lime Energy measures the actual energy usage and energy bill savings achieved each month. By metering customer savings, Lime Energy can guarantee that a small business will never pay more for its energy efficiency than it saves on its monthly energy bill. For the food banks, the metered savings allows them to track how many additional meals they can provide.

Lime Energy is proud to help food pantries and we will continue to support the communities where we serve.

Monthly Meals Meter

Every measured dollar saved is another three meals given since install.

Month Savings ($) Meals Given
February 2018 $393.18 1179
March 2018 $390.8 117
April 2018 $405.59 1216
May 2018 $320.15 960
June 2018 $368.36 1105
July 2018 $366.83 1100
August 2018 $343.8 1031
September 2018 $370.68 1112
October 2018 $399.02 1197
TOTAL $3,358.41 10,075
“In partnership with Lime Energy, interior and exterior lighting upgrades and improvements have not only helped enhance the look of our facility but reduced our out-of-pocket costs by more than $30,000. As a non-profit organization focused on ending hunger in our state, this enables us to feed more families here on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.” Jennifer Small,
Maryland Food Bank, Managing Director

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