SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Reno Efficient Sustainable Practices has been selected to provide energy and water conservation services to San Diego County, company officials announced Tuesday.
Along with the county's Department of General Services, Reno ESP, a division of San Diego-based Reno Contracting, will help with lowering energy and operational costs, greenhouse gas emissions and water consumption, officials said.
"Through our Efficient Sustainable Contracting division, Reno Contracting helps local government agencies and private companies achieve operational efficiencies and reduce costs through promotion of alternative energy and strategic deployment of high performance building systems," said Walt Fegley, company president. "We are excited to provide leadership to the County of San Diego team on their program to create healthier living, learning and working environments, while reducing operating costs and helping to achieve the goals of the President's Task Force on Climate Change."
The program will include the county's more than 1,100 buildings and parks. Reno ESP officials will design projects that reduce water and energy consumption and promote sustainability using various specialized technical services.
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