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We helped the Penske Turnersville Auto Mall convert to cleaner energy solutions at 10 of their locations, resulting in 20% energy savings over 11 months.

The challenge

Operational issues from deferred maintenance, rising energy costs, and the implementation of EV technology left this national automotive consolidator searching for answers. The solution? A multi-facility energy management strategy.

The solutions

From site visits, where we evaluated energy efficiency opportunities, to installation of new technology and ongoing maintenance, Shell Energy took a consultative approach in order to implement varied solutions, including:

  • Energy management

  • Energy efficiency: lighting, HVAC

  • Sub-metering

An energy management system (EMS) uses a blend of hardware, software, and managed services to continually collect and analyze a facility’s overall energy usage and the drivers behind it.

The right EMS helps to add a layer of automation, scheduling, and real-time response capabilities. Facility management can then set controls for HVAC, lighting, or other major systems, enabling them to remotely triage any issues as they arise. Instead of relying on manual audits or after-the-fact energy bills, this makes it possible to quickly detect and react to any internal or external conditions that may be accelerating costs and consumption. The result is a more streamlined operation, without having to cut corners.


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