Success Stories

“We are extremely pleased with the results of our FlowEnergy project. Their SmartValve technology reduced annual electricity use by 15% and simultaneously delivered comfort to all buildings.”

Steve Eckert, Director of Facilities @ Arizona Western College

Los Angeles
los angeles metro, ca

CA Hospital

A premier cancer research hospital adopts FlowEnergy solution to optimize campus cooling. We significantly reduced demand and eliminated urgent need for a new chiller plant. Great energy savings in the first year.

  • $500,000  annual utility savings
  • 11%  reduction in campus electricity
  • 2,100 tons in regained capacity (20%)
AS Building Photo
yuma, az

Arizona Western College

Located in the sunniest place on Earth, this college used FlowEnergy to address their unique comfort system struggles. We optimized cooling demand through the entire campus, reduced energy, and vastly improved occupant comfort.

  • $225,000  annual utility savings
  • 15%  reduction in campus electricity
  • 600 tons in regained capacity (22%)
201 Building Photo
atlanta, ga

Atlantic Station

Commercial office buildings, part of an award-winning development, worked with FlowEnergy to resolve poor chilled water distribution. The improvements lowered utility bills, eliminated penalties, and increased tenant-based revenues.

  • $150,000  utility savings in 3 months
  • 17%  reduction in campus electricity
  • 1,000 tons in regained capacity (13%)
New York City
new york, ny

NYC Hospital

A renowned cancer treatment center worked with FlowEnergy to reduce demand side energy consumption. Post-project, not only are buildings more energy efficient, they've also seen a huge impact at the chilled water plant.

  • $300,000  annual utility savings
  • 2.5 million  square feet
  • 1,000 tons in regained capacity (7%)
Bloch Executive Hall Photo
kansas city, mo

University of Missouri, KC

After central plant renovations were unable to deliver efficiency gains, FlowEnergy improved distribution system performance. We simplified system operation and reduced demand, allowing UMKC to achieve plant efficiency.

  • $250,000  annual utility savings
  • 250  tons in regained capacity
  • 29 building pumps eliminated