News Releases

Houston-based TECO Wins U.S. EPA's ENERGY STAR CHP Award

June 29, 2015

Thermal Energy Corp. (TECO), a Texas Medical Center institution, stepped into the winner’s circle today as it received the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s 2015 ENERGY STAR CHP Award at the International District Energy Association’s annual conference in Boston.

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Thermal Energy Corp. Completes Energy-Saving Expansion at Texas Medical Center

May 17, 2011

Thermal Energy Corp. Completes Energy-Saving Expansion at Texas Medical CenterHOUSTON — Burns & McDonnell has completed work on a $377 million expansion project that makes Thermal Energy Corp. (TECO)’s district cooling system the largest in the U.S. The expansion is phase one of TECO’s Master Plan Implementation Project to meet the growing cooling and heating needs of the rapidly expanding Texas Medical Center, the world’s largest medical complex.

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Burns & McDonnell completes engineering design and construction management for first phase of on-sit

August 24, 2010

Burns & McDonnell has completed engineering design and construction management for the first phase of a $330 million upgrade of Thermal Energy Corporation’s district energy system serving the Texas Medical Center in Houston. Thermal Energy Corporation (TECO) hosted a dedication ceremony on Tuesday, August, 24.

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$10 Million in Federal Funding for TECO

Recovery funds to support energy and cost savings at Texas Medical Center

November 18, 2009

TECO in Houston will receive $10 million in federal stimulus funding for its new combined heat and power project at the Texas Medical Center, where TECO provides district heating and cooling service to 18 institutions.

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Employees Focused on Excellence and Lifelong Learning

Whether it's through on-the-job training or classes at a local college, TECO's employees are striving to add to their knowledge base and enhance customer service and system reliability.



MADE to Help

You’ve probably seen the images on TV: Large utility trucks leaving your area to help repair downed power lines caused by a major disaster elsewhere in the country. Everyone lends a hand. The district energy industry, too, is ready to respond.


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