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What We Do

Initial Meeting

  • Introduction to Energy Efficiency and its services.
    • Discuss customer’s goals and objectives.
    • Set expectations and timeframes

Energy Audit / Assessment

  • A detailed, room-by-room assessment is completed. Some of the
    information your Energy Consultant will make note of includes:

    • Hours of operation
    • Square Footage of your facility (for EPAct purposes)
    • Types of Measures (T12′s, Metal Halides, HPS’s, etc…)
    • Location of Measures and quantities
    • Cost of Electricity

Project Analysis

  • A Program Manager will begin analyzing the data received from your Energy Consultant.
  • The Program Manager will discuss the customer’s goals and objectives with the Energy Consultant to determine the appropriate new Measures to be installed at the customer’s facility.
  • If a State or a Utility Rebate is available for this project, the Program Manager will identify such rebate and use its value in the project’s financial analysis.
  • EPAct (Energy Policy Act of 2005) allows for a one-time tax deduction by companies to complete an energy project before the end of 2013. This tax deduction is allowed to be taken in the year the project is completed. The Program Manager will calculate the expected tax incentive and its value will be factored into the financial analysis of the proposed project.
  • The Program Manager will then complete a pre and post analysis of the facilities energy consumption using both the old and new fixtures/measures, as well as the EPAct incentive and any rebates that are available.
  • The formal proposal is created for the Energy Consultant to present to the customer.

Presentation of Proposal to Customer

  • The Energy Consultant will present a general scope of work to be performed, the financial analysis of the project, an environmental impact analysis, and financing options, if needed.
  • Once the customer decides to move forward, a Project Manager is assigned to facilitate the project’s implementation.

Pre-Construction Review

  • An EE Project Manager conducts a room-by-room analysis of the facility to determine all construction requirements and discusses the installation process with the customer. Since this is a 100% turn-key solution, the Project Manager will facilitate and manage all aspects of the project.

Installation

  • Working under the close supervision of the Project Manager, EE installs or retrofits the new energy conservation measures.

Post-Installation Review

  • Upon completion of the installation, an EE Certified Energy Manager will conduct a post-installation review to certify the project has met all of the requirements for the EPAct tax incentive. If a Utility incentive was available, EE will work with the Utility to certify that all of the specified work has been completed.

Project Completion

  • The paperwork is finalized as needed.