Mission Critical Magazine Covers News of
Fairbanks Energy's New York City Office
Fairbanks Energy Services has announced the next step in its strategic expansion with the establishment of its newest office in New York City. Located at 111 W. 19th Street, New York, NY, 10011, the launch of the New York branch of Fairbanks Energy will service businesses throughout the metropolitan area as they seek to reduce their energy usage and optimize their operations.
As business expansion continues at a rapid pace in response to a national increase in energy efficiency initiatives, the opening of the latest office of the efficiency engineering firm was a strategic decision due to New York’s growing role within this trend. Through this new office, Fairbanks Energy will prioritize:
- Implementing proven energy efficiency solutions that lower energy usage and save on overall capital expenditure for businesses in a diverse array of sectors
- Increasing the availability of energy conservation initiatives for New York based commercial and industrial organizations, including data centers
- Expanding existing work with utility programs, including ConEd and NYSERDA, to maximize the financial outcomes of efficiency projects
- Growing the company’s overall presence and building strategic partnerships throughout the region
As a recent example of how these goals are accomplished, Fairbanks Energy completed a 2016 lighting and controls retrofit at a national multi-tenant colocation company in Chappaqua, NY that resulted in over 250,000 kWh in annual energy savings for the company and qualified for over $34,000 from ConEd. The firm has also completed dozens of energy and controls projects for data center clients in some of New York City’s largest facilities, including 111 8th Avenue and 60 Hudson.
“I’m proud to announce a fourth office location for Fairbanks Energy as another milestone in our company’s growth strategy,” said Adam Fairbanks, CEO, Fairbanks Energy Services. “We are particularly excited to tap New York’s active energy conservation communities and extend the effectiveness of the state’s commitment to efficiency to help companies realize greater energy and financial savings. The addition of this new office will both support the efforts and maximize the strengths of our expanding firm in a new market.”