If you want to bring down carbon emissions, enhance air quality, fight climate change, and lower energy costs, you should look into energy efficiency measures. After all, they are among the most cost-effective and easiest ways to accomplish these tasks.
Sustainable Environment is here to help you achieve your efficiency goals by providing tailor-made energy efficiency plans for all kinds of built environments. Our team is equipped to work with data centers, retail spaces, university campuses, office towers, hospitals, apartment buildings, and more.
We take a financial approach when we analyze energy efficiency tactics and strategies. The method optimizes and bundles high-priority projects to arrive at the highest carbon reduction and budget savings possible. Our client engagements always include off-balance-sheet financing plans such as energy as a service, which is also known as EaaS.
Our team begins by collecting building-wide performance data and technical specifications. This allows us to get a better understanding of the operation within your facility. Using this data, we create a one-of-a-kind vendor-neutral combination of green initiatives and conservation measures. In turn, this lets you optimize the positive effect on your bottom line and the environment all at once.
If you want more concrete examples, we can help improve energy efficiency with thermal insulation, retrofits of LED lighting, and upgrades to chiller and boiler plants. We also focus on distributed energy resource deployments such as fuel cell, solar plus-battery, and other renewable power generation methods.
It is important to identify conservation measures in order to increase energy efficiency and bring down operational costs. Here are the conservation measures that we take for our clients:
- Optimization of chilled water plants
- Modernization of building automation
- Energy solutions financing
- Smart metering
- Submission of grant and incentive applications
- Energy plant service
- Lighting audits
- NYSERDA Remote Energy Management Program