On December 19, 2019, the Chamber released Energy At Work: Innovative Energy Strategies from the Regional Business Community, the first edition in a two-part series sponsored by Sanborn Head & Associates, Blue Sky Power, and Burns Mechanical. Energy At Work highlights energy projects and strategies from the Chamber’s Greater Philadelphia Energy Action Team that are boosting efficiency and resiliency, cutting costs, and reducing our region’s carbon emissions.
More than ever before, businesses across the region play a critical role in defining our energy landscape. Businesses of all industries, from manufacturing and health care to higher education, require reliable, clean, affordable, and efficient energy to power our region.
Energy at Work aims to broaden awareness of innovative energy projects generating value for businesses and the broader community. We encourage businesses from all industries to use these projects to identify ways their business can prioritize energy.
As the nation’s oldest senior living facility, the Simpson House needs long-term energy strategies to control and stabilize energy costs. As part of their plan to supply efficient and sustainable energy infrastructure, Blue Sky Power installed an electrical power generator that recovers waste heat for cooling, space heating, and other domestic purposes, empowering the Simpson House to focus on their mission to aid and serve Philadelphia’s senior citizens.