Municipalities Go Public with Energy
Efficiency and Sustainability
Delivering services to communities can come with significant energy demands. Increasingly aware of environmental issues, citizens are asking their municipalities and public agencies to use energy better. Getting more from the energy consumed by municipal and public buildings is a cost effective way to reduce environmental impacts. We have the experience to help municipal managers take efficiency and sustainability public.
Our microturbines generate electricity. They also generate heat and cooling and emergency power. Plus cost savings and sustainability. And then there’s the approval from the communities that want their power with a drastically reduced environmental impact. Our microturbines generate that too.
With a diverse portfolio of physical structures operating a range of different equipment and systems, the municipal manager responsible for energy needs information that can be trusted. Energy is consumed in real time so it should be tracked in real time. Our circuit monitoring technology and communications software can report realtime electrical activity on every circuit in every facility. Accessible understandable energy data is available online immediately to a comprehensive suite of customizable analytical tools capable of supporting the information requirements of engineers, accountants, analysts and managers. When there’s a problem on a monitored circuit, they can be the first to know because our system will tell them.
As a company that grew out of the utility sector, we understand the cost of power. Our reports for municipalities detail cost breakdowns and load profiles by facility. Our experience with energy analytics provides the insights necessary for getting control of facility energy costs and identifying opportunities for performance improvement. Because we monitor the energy market, we create energy budgets and forecasts our customers can depend on. And when it’s time to think about buying energy better, we can help with that too.