Mitchell’s Ice Cream has a wonderful location in the heart of Ohio City. (Photo by SM Shockley)
Celebrate “National Ice Cream Month” at Mitchell’s Ohio City shop
The heat index is high in Cleveland today, so why not cool off with a scoop of Mitchell’s Ice Cream?
Mitchell’s opened their production headquarters in Ohio City in 2014, and they have been a “sweet” addition to Cleveland Public Power’s growing customer base.
CPP was pleased to present Mitchell’s with the “Energy Ambassador” award from our former partner – Efficiency Smart in recognition of their extensive installation of energy efficient equipment resulting in major savings in their kilowatt hour usage. The savings is pretty sweet, especially for business owners Mike and Pete Mitchell.
So not only are the Mitchell brothers, Mike and Pete, committed to Cleveland, they are also aware of the savings afforded to businesses and residents when utilizing energy saving tools.
So as you seek to beat the heat this evening, stop by Mitchell’s and grab a scoop or two!
Mike Mitchell poses with CPP’s Bill Williams and Efficiency Smart’s Carl Andre. Photo Credit: Shelley M. Shockley
Mitchell’s Ice Cream received the “Energy Ambassador” award from Efficiency Smart in recognition of their extensive installation of energy efficient equipment resulting in major savings in their kilowatt hour usage. That savings is pretty sweet, especially for business owners Mike and Pete Mitchell.
The Mitchell brothers are the local duo behind this thriving ice cream chain and we are pleased that they have chosen to make Cleveland Public Power their electric power provider and Ohio City the home of their production headquarters, their biggest location yet! In accepting the honor, Mike Mitchell expressed the team’s commitment to Cleveland and their business philosophy of leaving a better world for generations to come. “We believe in Cleveland. It’s the only place we’ve ever called home. Our customers are our community; the life of Cleveland is our life. We buy from local suppliers, use local service professionals—from our carpenters to our accountant.”
Paying Homage to the previous occupant of this building, a sign in the Ice Cream Shop remembers the Rialto Theater.
Ivan Henderson, commissioner of Cleveland Public Power said of the honor, “Cleveland Public Power is pleased to once again have one of our customers receive the Ambassador of Energy Efficiency Award. This program has been a win-win for the utility and the customer. The opportunity to meet with an energy advisor during construction aided the Mitchell brothers in advancing their commitment to energy efficiency.”
The efficiencies are evident as you look throughout their store at 1867 W. 25th. The store is equipped with LED lighting throughout, skylights, windows with a solar heat gain coefficient (SHGC) rated better than standard ENERGY STAR level, efficient refrigeration compressors and controls, LED light fixtures that are controlled by daylight sensors, high efficiency HVAC system and large commercial fans to allow the cooling temp set points to be increased. The upfront commitment will add up to a savings of 182,200 annual kilowatt hour savings and an annual CO2 reduction of 341,300 pounds! Not bad.
As a Cleveland Public Power customer, Mitchell’s was introduced to Efficiency Smart in an effort to offer their business cost saving efficiency measures that helped their bottom line. The Ambassador of Energy Efficiency Award recognizes entities that have completed substantial energy efficiency projects. To be considered for the award, companies must be an electric customer of a utility that partners with Efficiency Smart and complete a project that results in significant energy savings for the community.