Introducing the Metrus Midterm Energy Efficiency Map Caroline Trowbridge and Bob Hinkle

November 5th, 2018


On the eve of the 2018 mid term elections, an election that will have several energy efficiency-related measures on the ballot, we thought it would be interesting to create a Metrus efficiency map that tracks, state-by-state, the impact our projects are having on the environment.

From New Hampshire to Hawaii, we measured the amount of CO2 that’s being avoided across the 21 states in which we have projects. California leads all states with more than 25,000 tons avoided followed by Florida at 15,000-plus tons. Kentucky is in third place with nearly 14,000 tons avoided, followed closely by Indiana and Texas.

In total, Metrus’ portfolio reduces the CO2 in the atmosphere by an annual average of 148,516 tons. Put another way, Metrus is responsible for taking 29 thousand cars off the roads each year.

Fun Metrus Fact: Dixville Notch, NH is famous for being one of the first places in the nation to declare its votes during presidential elections. New Hampshire was also the first state to vote for a Metrus ESA!

Now, get out and vote tomorrow!