Pepco Holdings Inc. has awarded Lockheed Martin Corp. a three-year contract to manage commercial energy efficient programs in Washington, D.C.
Lockheed will be responsible for managing several programs aiming to help Pepco’s customers save energy. A $12.7 million budget has been allotted for the D.C. non-residential programs.
Tom Grumbly, Vice President of Lockheed Martin Energy & Environmental Services, says, “Pepco has made a commitment to energy efficiency as a tool to help its customers conserve power and reduce their environmental impact.”
The programs set forth by Lockheed are meant to encourage a variety of improvements in electrical, mechanical, and lighting systems, as well as maintenance practice and building operations. Programs will also implement the best practices for building commissioning for Pepco’s customers.
Lockheed Martin helps instate energy efficiency programs for other utility customers as well, including Pacific Gas & Electric Co. and New York State Energy Research and Authority Development Authority.