At GREENandSAVE we have seen the power of synergy to create value. In many cases you can get more done in one day than in two days alone. The Energy Intelligence Center has recently demonstrated this with its Clean-Tech Partnerships.
Here is the language and imagery that describes how they embrace strategic relationships:
The Energy Intelligence Center is pleased to engage in Clean-Tech Partnerships such as the ones included on this page.
CHALLENGE: Commercial and Industrial Buildings waste energy on HVAC and Lighting.
THE “Five Star” SOLUTION: Cut your energy costs in half!
#1: Our OptikW platform uses algorithmic software to optimize kilowatts at the “heart” of HVAC. We leverage ambient conditions such as temperature, humidity, and dew point, to improve the performance of your existing chillers and HVAC equipment.
We engage key strategic partners:
#2: Clean Peak Energy uses the thermal mass of your building as a “battery” to store temperature and reduce peak interval energy costs.
#3: Purge Virus uses bipolar ionization to clean indoor air and reduce the requirements for as much outside replacement air.
#4: Independence LED Lighting uses energy saving lights to save 50% or more over traditional lights.
#5: Building Fit uses data analytics with measurement and verification to identify areas of savings and track performance.
Combined with OptikW, the Energy Conservation Measures (ECMs) can typically each save 15% or more, adding up to savings that can cut your HVAC energy bills in half.
Click here to download our EIC Clean-Tech Partnerships: One Page Overview
To schedule a complimentary Energy Saving Assessment to learn about OptikW or any of our Clean-Tech Partnerships:
EIC will pursue available utility incentives. If EIC can secure a utility rebate it will be credited to the client up to 100% of annual energy savings. Utility rebates may be granted at the end of our Investment Grade Audit (IGA) or algorithm development and are variable by state and utility provider.
Pre-Engagement: There is no cost to our customers for preliminary energy savings assessments, based on info provided by customer (HVAC equipment and monthly energy bills).
Engagement: If given the “go” from our customer, EIC begins an Investment Grade Audit (IGA) followed by the algorithm development to deliver the savings. The IGA is often based on EIC being given remote access to control systems and access to facility on site visit(s) when needed.