One of the largest U.S. dairy operators implemented an energy management and cost-reduction system using natural gas.
Washington Gas was thrilled to move into its new corporate headquarters at 1000 Maine Avenue, SW in late July.
The new building is part of The Wharf development – a $2 billion, mixed-use neighborhood on the Southwest Waterfront in Washington, D.C. The Wharf offers three million square feet of offices, residential property, restaurants, hotels, a cultural arts center and more.
Washington Gas signed a 16-year lease at 1000 Maine Avenue, with nearly 200 employees – including its finance, legal, communications and public policy teams – occupying three floors in the building.
Going Green at The Wharf
In addition to providing mixed-use spaces, The Wharf offers state-of-the-art features including:
- Buildings designed to meet LEED Gold Core and Shell green building standards
- On-site sustainable energy production and conservation, including:
- Combined Heat and Power
- Energy-efficient lighting
- Solar Panels
- Close to public transportation, including the Metro Green Line, buses and The Wharf Shuttle
Bringing Natural Gas to The Wharf
Washington Gas was also instrumental in bringing natural gas to The Wharf development. Read our customer story to learn more.