Chevron Energy Solutions and the City of Victoria in Canada, have completed an energy efficiency project that is expected to save the city approximately $750,000 over the life of the project.

Under the energy efficiency project, the City replaced approximately $600,000 in older light bulbs and electronic equipment with modern, energy-efficient models.

The energy efficiency improvements included lighting upgrades, an energy management system, thermostats and controls/motion sensors.

Chevron Energy Solutions said the company designed and implemented the energy efficiency improvements and guarantees the annual energy savings.

Chevron worked with the city to apply for Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants and all of the energy efficiency improvements and replacements were paid by federal energy efficiency grants.