Powering Your Business

Watch the videos below to learn about how SMUD invests in the local community to improve energy use with Sacramento businesses.

Bases Loaded is a baseball and softball superstore that earlier this year moved from Folsom to Rancho Cordova. The result was a grand slam!

KP International Market in Rancho Cordova cut their energy costs in half by upgrading their lighting.

Kathi Tovar lights up her extreme sports facility with LEDs. Her lighting energy costs have dropped 84% since she made the switch.
SMUD and D & S Development brought the historic Maydestone building up to modern energy efficiency standards without compromising it's historic look and value.
The Valley Hi/North Laguna Library saves about $5,000 a year on energy bills with help from SMUD's Savings by Design program.
Your local sanitation district received over $350,000 in rebates and incentives from SMUD on a new headquarters and warehouse. Yearly savings add up to about $80,000.
SMUD's Savings by Design Program helped Jackson Properties save $35,00 to $40,000 a year on energy costs with construction of a highly efficient office building in the Mather Business Park.
The Sacramento City Unified School District saved money by installing PC management software that decreased electricity usage and qualified for a rebate from SMUD.

State data center achieves LEED Gold status by going green.

NorCal HealthWorks saves 88% on lighting costs by tapping into SMUD's energy efficiency programs.
Local Carmichael dentist, Dr. Andrea Joy Smith, reduced her monthly electric bill by 20-25% by switching from T12 to T8 lights.
Fry's saves $143,000 a year on it's electricity bill. The store replaced 617 metal halide lights with 315 metal halide lights that use less energy, yet produce more light.
The City of Sacramento's George Sim Community Center added 31,000 square feet of energy efficient space having estimated electricity bill savings of more than $14,000 a year.
SMUD's Savings by Design Program helped Jackson Properties save $35,00 to $40,000 a year on energy costs with construction of a highly efficient office building in the Mather Business Park.
SMUD helped Jackson Laboratory turn an old warehouse in Sacramento into an energy efficient site for it's west coast office and laboratory suites.
Variable frequency drives placed on HVAC units at several of its buildings in Sacramento decreased energy costs for Hines Property Management. A rebate from SMUD helped pay for the project.