Craveworthy Brands Takes Steps Toward Energy Savings

A new partnership will lead to a 30% reduction in energy use at select sites, featuring certain technologies and high-efficiency equipment.

The deal starts with Craveworthy’s Genghis Grill.

Craveworthy Brands, which oversees a number of legacy and emerging restaurant brands, has partnered with an Energy as a Service company to drive down energy consumption.

The deal starts with Craveworthy’s Genghis Grill where services will roll out to 21 corporate-owned restaurant locations and 11 franchise locations over time, generating about a 30% reduction in energy usage at each site, according to a release.

The sites will feature the installation, monitoring and managing of a combination of technologies and high-efficiency equipment including HVACs, LED lighting, refrigeration controls, water conservation systems such as smart valves, low-flow toilets and foot pedal sinks, smart panels, sensors and more.

Along with Genghis Grill, Craveworthy’s portfolio includes Wing It On!, The Budlong, Krafted Burger + Tap, BD’s Mongolian Grill, Flat Top Grill, Lucky Cat Poke Co., Pastizza, Scramblin’ Ed’s Soom Soom Mediterranean, and recently added Dirty Dough Cookies.



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