St. Pete Beach, FL

The City of St. Pete Beach

We implemented energy conservation measures that saved over $33,000 annually in energy costs, and earned $3,000 in rebates.

Exterior view of the St. Pete Beach City Hall building

Value Delivered

For the City of St. Pete Beach, we implemented energy conservation measures, wireless control systems, and a solar thermal hot water system that reduced energy consumption in the City by over $33,000 annually—higher than initial projections.

We also worked to secure a rebate of approximately $3,000 for the City. The project was completed on time and on budget leading to high accolades from state auditors.

This comprehensive energy program earned us a letter of recommendation from the City of St. Pete Beach.

Client Objectives

After being awarded an energy efficiency grant for the Florida Office of Energy, the City of St. Pete Beach selected us to design and implement a comprehensive energy-efficiency program. 


Our solutions, which we engineered in-house and self-implemented included:

  • Detailed energy assessments at City facilities
  • High-efficiency HVAC systems
  • Lighting systems
  • Occupancy controls
  • Solar thermal hot water heating
  • Web-enabled controls
  • Recommissioning of existing control systems

Client Background

The City of St. Pete Beach in Florida is a municipal agency responsible for a variety of public services including environmental programs, facilities management, reclaimed water service, wastewater/stormwater drainage, and public safety.