We help our clients discover where their organization stands.
Energent uses unique measurement tools and national indices to determine the “as-is” state of our client’s energy and sustainability profile.
Starting with client input and ASHRAE Level 1 & 2 audits, Energent will generate a list of potential energy conservation measures (ECMs) projects and priorities.
Our engineers verify the operation of controls and core building equipment against design parameters and best practices, focusing attention on fixing problem areas and eliminating waste.
Energent helps its clients score their eligible buildings on a 100-point scale using a regression model of similar facilities across the country.
We help our client maximize energy savings potential.
Energent works with clients to create a structure to prioritize energy conservation measures (ECMs) by cost, savings potential, financing options, and incentive eligibilities.
Clients use Energent’s M&V process to ensure the accuracy of incentives, continuation of rebate programs, and resilience of energy and operational cost savings.
As a trusted implementation partner, Energent makes projected savings of ECMs more dependable and can increase longevity of savings.
Often a lucrative and practical energy-reduction strategy, demand response programs can provide reward to our clients for voluntary brief reductions in energy consumption.
We help our clients implement sustainability solutions.
Reducing Greenhouse Gas (GHG) and carbon emissions is a company-wide process, and requires detailed data tracking and coordinated planning.
Emissions-reduction programs are predicated on determining current operations and comparing them to industry-accepted protocols.
Effective plans outline the transition from analysis to action by setting appropriate reduction targets and selecting feasible methods.
Well-managed sustainability programs implement action plans and measure results while maintaining buy-in from stakeholders.