Problem solving is an opportunity for us to do our best by finding better ways to approach your unique project. We work as a team to build momentum, we tackle every challenge along the way, and we share a clear vision of our mutual success at the end of the road.
As a solutions provider, we have vast technical expertise across several market verticals. We follow a systematic approach to identify customer challenges, develop innovative solutions, and ensure that they are expertly planned and flawlessly implemented.
We live by a set of Core Values, which defines who we are. We pledge to listen, learn and be helpful to every customer need; to act honorably and always deliver as promised. Our teams are dedicated to technical excellence so that we can work intelligently to find the right solutions for our customer's needs.
Battery storage systems are transforming the energy landscape and providing opportunities for a wide range of commercial, industrial, utility, and facility-scale applications. This, along with the shrinking cost of battery energy storage systems and integrated controls that is driving customer demand for energy storage, has led to our newest department, Turtle Energy Storage Services (TESS). Building sustainable resilient redundancy in the delivery of energy services, like battery energy storage, is a proven expertise of Turtle & Hughes on many projects. These new technologies expand on our industry leading capabilities achieved over the last century in power distribution and energy management solutions.
HARNESSING THE POWER OF RENEWABLES
REACH YOUR GOAL OF 100% GREEN ENERGY
Turtle Energy Storage Services (TESS), is helping customers to maximize utility savings by shifting load or discharging when rates are highest -- to structuring utility level services for frequency regulation, transmission charge mitigation, or energy arbitrage. Grid energy storage systems are uniquely able to integrate with renewables to allow low-to no-carbon strategies, as well as to island a building, neighborhood, and/or town in the event of a cyber-attack.
We start with a solid design and identify its cost effectiveness and bankability based on your goals and what you want TESS to do for you.
Our engineered containerize or pre-packaged systems minimize costs and time on site during installation and start-up.
We ensure that your system will operate correctly the first time and every time with a single point of contact and technical support, over the phone, online, or at your site, including 24-hour emergency service.
Keep your project on-track with direct shipment from our fully-automated warehouses with same or next day delivery.
Problem solving is an opportunity for us to do our best by finding better ways to approach your unique project. We work as a team to build momentum, we tackle every challenge along the way, and we visualize our combined success at the end of the road. We do this by providing one of the industry's most comprehensive range of services and solutions backed by our in-depth product expertise.
Tasked with upgrading Macy’s retail lighting to reduce energy costs, Turtle & Hughes has worked together with Philips Lighting to improve energy efficiency throughout nearly 50 locations in New York and New Jersey. As a result, Macy’s has seen a 35 percent reduction in electric consumption since 2002.
When a new 21-story research center was being constructed in New York City, Turtle & Hughes Lighting department put together one of its most complex packages ever. This included custom-designed lab bench lighting fixtures that work in conjunction with a daylight harvesting system and a shade control system. The system prevents light pollution at night, creating a controlled environment to conduct research so scientists could achieve a better understanding of the disease and how to manage it.
The tragic attacks of September 11, 2001 rocked our nation to its core, resulting in an unprecedented level of heartbreak and destruction. Turtle & Hughes had the honor of playing a key role in the rebuilding, providing expertise in power distribution management to Towers One and Four and the World Trade Center Chiller Plant, as well as power distribution and ventilation smoke exhaust systems to the Transportation Hub, and lighting in 14 floors of offices in Tower Four.