While spearheading a successful property management business, Chris Jones is capitalizing on his experience in energy management and sustainability to make an energy point at Henderson Pointe.
He has incorporated cost-effective solutions, transforming an aging property into a model of energy efficiency—earning him the Triple E Award for Energy Efficiency Efforts from the
Florida Public Service Commission.
Henderson Pointe is a multi-tenant facility in South Tampa housing a variety of professionals (medical, law, and businesses). Jones worked with Tampa Electric Company (TECO) to improve
the facility’s energy and demand usage by retrofitting lighting systems, installing occupancy sensors, replacing HVAC systems, and sealing air duct systems.
Jones participated in TECO’s rebate programs for lighting, exit signs, and duct seal.
“We’ve reduced the facility’s annual energy consumption by 5,485 kWh
and reduced the average monthly demand by 11 kW, saving $548.50 per month, while also reducing our carbon footprint,” said Jones. “TECO helped us identify the goals,
as well as the path for achieving those goals, and we’re very proud that our energy efficiency is having a positive impact on our bottom line and our competitiveness.”
Energy Use Index (EUI) is currently 37.9 kBtu/ft2, below the national average for similar building types at 52.9 kBtu/ft2. The environmental impact of the completed projects will reduce
greenhouse gas emissions by 3.35 tons of CO2, 10.86 pounds of NOx, and 17.44 pounds of SOx.
We take great pride in working with businesses and residents to help them improve energy efficiency and manage their energy costs,” said Monica Whiting, vice president of customer
experience for Tampa Electric and TECO Peoples Gas. “Henderson Pointe’s success is a perfect example of what can happen when we collaborate with business owners to help them
meet their energy goals.”
Covering the state’s five major geographic areas, each quarter the
PSC presents its Triple E Award to a local business that has accomplished superior energy efficiency. Look for past Triple E Award recipients under Hot Topics on the PSC’s homepage,
www.FloridaPSC.com. The PSC encourages cost-effective conservation and renewable energy to reduce the use of fossil fuels and defer the need
for new generating capacity through the Florida Energy Efficiency and Conservation Act.
About Henderson Pointe
Henderson Pointe is a subsidiary of Henderson Pointe, LLC in the South Tampa area.
Built in 1974, the two-story 17,100 square foot building is a multi-tenant facility with a variety of professionals ranging from medical, law, and businesses. For more information,
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