SANTA FE — August 6, 2019 — Yearout Energy, an Energy Services Company (ESCO) headquartered in Albuquerque, announced that they have entered into a $16.5 million contract with the New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) to implement a Guaranteed Energy Savings Performance Contract (GESPC) project at the department’s General Office Complex (GO) in Santa Fe.
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ALBUQUERQUE – July 1, 2019 — Yearout Energy, an Energy Services Company (ESCO) headquartered in New Mexico, announced that they have partnered with Socorro Consolidated School District (SCSD) to implement a $7.3 million Guaranteed Energy Savings Performance Contract (GESPC) project across five District facilities.
Rio Arriba County tapped Yearout Energy to help them upgrade facilities throughout the county to decrease spending on energy, reduce the carbon footprint of county facilities, and increase the amount of onsite renewable energy generated at county facilities.
Yearout Energy Services Awarded $13.9 Million Performance Contract for the Metropolitan Detention Center
Bernalillo County has awarded a $13.9 million guaranteed energy performance contract to Yearout Energy Services, a leading homegrown energy services provider in New Mexico, to implement energy efficiency and infrastructure improvements at the Metropolitan Detention Center (MDC). Bernalillo County initially engaged Yearout Energy Services in July of 2016 to perform an Investment Grade Audit of the MDC with the intent to identify and develop measures that would allow the County to leverage energy and operational savings to fund essential facility capital improvements.
Yearout Energy Services Saves Silver City, NM over $200,000 Annually
In 2016, Yearout Energy Services found over $264,754 in additional annual revenue for the town of Silver City. Yearout Energy Services converted the city’s aging, existing water meter infrastructure to an AMR (drive-by) system. Yearout Energy Services provided an Investment Grade Audit (IGA) on the existing meter infrastructure for the town and audited both the commercial and residential meters in accordance with AWWA standards to find that there was more than a 6% inaccuracy in the existing meters. These inaccuracies were due to older meters that had “slowed down” from use and time in the ground.