Project Experience

We help communities plan and develop utility systems that balance sustainability with affordability, and we know what it takes to operate them efficiently and effectively. What sets Ever-Green apart from other companies is our customized approach to utility planning and our ability to carry plans and studies forward into development, financing, and implementation—resulting in reliable and resilient utility systems.

Internationally-recognized community energy system serving Saint Paul through a public-private partnership

Low-carbon district energy and black water recycling for sustainable development in the San Francisco Bay area

Energy system design and development for improved environmental outcomes

Energy master planning for system growth and stability

Modernizing a legacy system and converting heating distribution from steam to hot water

Designing a low-carbon heating and cooling network through innovative partnership

Modernizing Ottawa’s energy systems through biomass integration and converting from steam to hot water

Transforming a brownfield into a net-zero development through low-temperature, renewable district energy service

Providing renewable heat and electricity through coordinated management and operations of biomass-fueled combined heat and power plant

Biomass procurement and processing operations serving combined heat and power and district energy

Increasing efficiency, versatility, and service quality in a 26-building campus in Saint Paul, Minnesota

Achieving carbon neutrality by 2025 through advancements in efficiency and sustainable infrastructure

Energy system design and development for improved environmental outcomes

Converting the Stanford campus from steam to hot water, reducing carbon and increasing efficiency

Achieving increased reliability, cost savings, and carbon reductions through service and infrastructure transformation on medical campus with level 1 trauma center

Advancing Duluth’s legacy system by increasing efficiency, reducing carbon, and transitioning from steam to hot water distribution