College and University

Commercial Office


Food and Beverage Manufacturing

Food Distribution
and Cold Storage


Retail Stores

Grocery and Supermarket
warehouses, distribution centers, operational efficiency, multiple facilities, distribution chains, energy costs, lighting systems, ventilation systems, demand response, daylight harvesting, energy reduction, solar photovoltaic arrays, energy assessments Case Study involving ECM Motor upgrade for Thermo Fischer Scientific

  For warehouse and distribution centers, Groom Energy
has worked with both single sites, operating for one region,
to multi-site operators, operating across broad geographic
regions and managing an entire distribution chain. Energy
costs in these environments are often led by electrical
applications such as lighting and ventilation systems.

Groom Energy targets inefficiencies in each of these areas
as well as unique applications such as demand response
and daylight harvesting to find as much energy reduction
as possible. With large, unobstructed roof spaces, these
facilities also serve as strong host platforms for large solar
photovoltaic arrays, in regions where the incentives are
most attractive. In assessing a company’s entire network
of facilities, the extended Groom Energy team is able to
provide both on-site energy assessments with
recommendations and rollout anywhere across
the United States.

Some of our customers