Conservation Services Group (CSG) announced that Ken Neuhauser, M.Arch., MSc. Arch., LEED AP, has joined its expanding Consulting Services division. Named a senior project manager, Neuhauser brings almost two decades of energy efficiency and building design experience to CSG.
In every industry, companies are looking for ways to save on energy costs. This article provides a quick guide that examines several low-cost ways you can find energy savings for any facility. Among the savings areas, we’ll take a look at heating, lighting, electric motors, power factor correction, and more.
DOE Said the ISO Standards Will Support US Industry Efforts to Continually Improve Energy Management
July 30, 2014
Members of an International Organization for Standardization (ISO) committee gathered in Santiago, Chile, to discuss new energy auditing and management standards. The committee, TC 242, led the development of the ISO 50001 energy management standard. Additional ISO standards are expected next year.
Services Provide Verifiable ROI for Maintenance Contracts
July 22, 2014
Philadelphia-area mechanical contractor, Burns Mechanical, has announced the launch of new consulting services for its commercial clients called Building Performance Services. The company said the energy auditing, benchmarking, and monitoring services will provide a measurable, provable return on investment.
Software Package Developed by NREL in Partnership with concept3D
December 9, 2013
An energy audit tool that more accurately pinpoints potential energy savings while potentially costing 35 percent to 75 percent less than traditional audits is set to hit the multi-billion-dollar energy retrofit industry next year.
Company to Provide Commissioning, Measurement and Verification, and Energy Auditing
November 11, 2013
GreenPath Energy Solutions, which provides services to reduce commercial building energy consumption, announced it will play a key role in Orange County’s Green Initiative to make buildings more energy efficient and sustainable.
New Service Helps Clients Manage Increasingly Complex Reporting Requirements
November 4, 2013
Ecova, an energy and sustainability management company, has announced a new energy audit and reporting service for building owners dealing with the complexities of audit and reporting requirements in San Francisco.
Many believe home performance contracting (HPC) is on deck as the next big thing for HVACR contractors. And, while customers may not yet be aware of the term, once they understand that the practice may grant better comfort and safety, in addition to cost savings, many are quick to embrace the idea.