Energy Auditing and Management: Conducting energy audits and implementing management strategies can highlight inefficiencies and effect change minimizing an organizations environmental footprint while concurrently maximizing efficiency and profitability.
Energy Tax Credit Auditing and Qualification: Tax deductions such as IRS 179D increase ROI and reduce payback periods of energy conservation projects.
Utility Incentives: Public utilities incentivize conservation through Demand Side Management Programs (DSM’s). These programs offer prescriptive and custom rebates to reduce payback periods for various energy conservation measures.
Renewable Energy Design: Onsite generation of power can shield a company from unreliable sources and unstable prices as well as create ROI through tax incentives and energy cost savings.
Energy Retrofit Design: As energy costs rise, conservation strategies such as retrofitting existing systems become a strategy for competitive advantage.
Solid and waste water management: Auditing solid and waste water effluents to ensure compliance with local, state and federal requirements can also inform potential conservation strategies, serving to limit risk exposure and bolster profitability.