ReNewAll in the Press

Building Below Zero: The Net Zero Plus Transformation - PBS Documentary

 ​Actor and environmentalist Ted Danson narrates this examination of the Net Zero Plus Transformation: buildings that produce and store more energy than they consume, lowering greenhouse gas emissions and potentially impacting global climate change. 

 The documentary showcases two buildings which ReNewAll secured project finance for: Net Zero Plus Electrical Training Institute in Commerce, California and the Hilton Hotel Los Angeles/Universal City.

​Modeling the future of Energy-Efficient Building Design – CleanTechnica

 “NZP-ETI demonstrates the future of energy-efficiency design, microgrid system integration, renewable energy production, energy storage solutions and grid resiliency,” said Joe Berney, President and co-owner of ReNewAll.

Hilton Universal City Launches Largest PACE Project in the US – The Los Angeles Post

Project Highlights

Total PACE Project Size: $7 million Utility Cost Savings, Year 1: $800,000

Operations & Maintenance Savings: $200,000

ReNewAll Leads S.D. Diocese Solar Efforts with Sullivan Solar Power

Diocese Makes Move Toward Solar Power - The Southern Cross

SAN DIEGO – All parishes in the Diocese of San Diego are being encouraged to install solar power systems in the very near future.  


“The solar power system process being offered through selected contractors, ReNewAll, TRITEC Americas and the Diocese of San Diego gives an opportunity to all of our locations, regardless of their current finances, to obtain a solar system that reduces their future electric utility bills and greenhouse gas emissions,” said Mark A. Fisher, chief financial officer in the diocesan Office for Finance & Accounting.

ReNewAll brings PACE to China Live: A food emporium of epic proportions in San Francisco’s Chinatown

ReNewAll Assists Teamsters Hall with PACE

 The Teamsters’ Local 848 meeting hall is located in Long Beach, California. Local 848 represents over 7,000 blue and white collar professional workers who attend monthly meetings at the Long Beach hall. Monthly energy bills for this 2 story and 16,500 square foot office building averaged $2,500. The Teamsters recognized that the building could benefit from some energy efficiency and renewable energy upgrades.