ECMs (Energy Conservation Measures) usually focus on reducing the demand for energy within the building. One area that is often under-analyzed or completely ignored in an energy audit is the utility (or supply) side. An energy audit should include a detailed utility analysis that not only reviews how much you spend on energy, but also examines opportunities to save through different rate structures, riders, and rebates or incentives available through utility-based energy efficiency programs. Some of these programs will even subsidize the cost of the audit or future energy projects. Together, these low-cost measures can generate immediate savings to help offset the costs of implementing demand-side ECMs.
You provide services that reduce energy consumption. We provide services that reduce energy supply costs. Let’s work together so you can provide the most comprehensive energy solutions to your existing clients.
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