ISSUE: #8 | JULY 2017
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Hello ,

Our July newsletter covers a wide array of topics, from lighting upgrade projects, new employees, and blog posts focused on data center efficiency and the history of building management systems. As we continue to keep busy with new and ongoing projects, we are also taking advantage of what's left of summer! We hope all of you do as well, whether it's hitting up the local driving range, staying cool by the pool or ocean, or hosting cookouts in your backyard! 

 In the following newsletter:

  • Case Study Spotlight: Learn more about our lighting and lighting controls project at Hologic, Inc.
  • Fall Semester Co-Ops: Introducing our fall semester Co-Ops, Emil and Greg.
  • Employee Profile: Get to know our newest Business Development Manager, Nick!
  • Energy Insights: Our most recent posts to the company blog, Energy Insights.

As always, we remain active in the energy industry and will keep you updated along the way.

If you have questions about Fairbanks Energy Services or your next efficiency project, just reach out.


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Hologic, Inc.
Fairbanks Energy Services retrofitted and replaced various fluorescent fixtures with advanced LED lighting with integrated controls throughout Hologic’s office Headquarters and warehouse facility in Marlborough, MA. The projects resulted in a total annual savings of $107,400.
Click below to learn how we achieved these results:
Hologic Case Study >>>


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Welcome, Emil and Greg!

We are delighted to introduce our Fall semester Co-Ops, Emil and Greg! Both are students at Northeastern University and part of the NU Co-Op Program. Each semester, we are grateful for all of the help our Co-Ops give our engineers! 

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               Get to know Nick! 

Nick Procko recently came on-board with Fairbanks Energy as a Business Development Manager covering the New England region. He brings an extensive knowledge in the lighting and controls industry from his past position at Lutron Electronics. Nick also served 10 years in the Coast Guard in the Marine Safety Field. We recently sat down with Nick to get to know him a bit more. Read on below!  

What is your role at Fairbanks Energy?

My official title is a Business Development Manager. My role is to establish and build relationships with end-user accounts, distributor partners and rep agencies. I also work on developing energy efficiency projects and proposals for both lightning and mechanical solutions aimed at reducing overall energy costs for our commercial and industrial clients. 

What do you like most about working at Fairbanks Energy so far?

I love that Fairbanks has given me a large amount of responsibility and freedom in developing new accounts and increasing sales on existing partnerships. 

What Three traits define you?

 Ambition, Intelligence, and Relationship-driven.

What do you like to do in your spare time?

I enjoy going to the Connecticut shore with my 16 month old daughter and wife to spend time with family and friends.

What is something about you that would surprise people?

I was in the Military for 10 years before joining Fairbanks Energy. I've lived in 7 states and have moved 15 times.

You can reach Nick at
He works out of our Hingham, MA headquarters.


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 Energy Insights 

Have you checked out our blog? Energy Insights covers a wide variety of topics within the energy sector. We discuss industry trends, compile the latest news, feature recent projects, highlight company updates, and give our own engineers a platform to answer questions within the field of energy conservation. 

Check out our most recent posts: 

Managing Content at the Edge with Efficiency
The benefits of moving to edge data centers are extensive, from reduced costs and bandwidth to survivability. But the trend of processing data in edge data centers is still relatively new and both users and experts don't know what the future of edge computing will hold. Read on to learn more.


The Evolution of Data in Managing Building Operations
BMS have gradually evolved over the last 50 plus years into the advanced systems we increasingly depend on today. Thanks to a variety of new technological advancements, modern smart building technology is influencing BMS development like never before. Read the history of BMS at our blog.


The Denser the Data Center, the Greater the Efficiency 
A dense data center does not inherently mean that it will have greater efficiency (typically, quite the opposite is true). However, implementing increased efficiency measures is necessary to the operation of these facilities as the trend of environments increasing in density continues across the industry.


Visit Energy Insights >>

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