Energy Savings & Sustainability: NJFPA Member Experts

Energy Savings - Analysis, Technology, Upgrades

The most valuable benefit of any professional organization is the knowledge of its members. Today we hear from Julian Harris of Ecosave. Want to share your member expertise? Send your tips and advice to [email protected]

Energy and Sustainability are topics that many organizations plan to further explore in 2021. The EPA estimates 30 percent of the energy consumed in commercial facilities is wasted. Energy efficiency is the single largest way to eliminate this waste, reduce emissions, and save money. Over the last 18 years Ecosave has helped manufacturing facilities better understand their energy consumption and implement technologies that can reduce energy operating costs typically 25-45% while also achieving sustainability goals.

When it comes to choosing an energy services company, those with core competencies and experience implementing holistic, product-agnostic energy efficient retrofits, distributed generation systems, analytics-driven building automation, with project funding offerings are key to ensuring your organization will adequately address rising energy costs and inefficient building systems.

Performance-based models such as Energy Savings Agreements will enable you to pay for building upgrades out of the savings your project generates. In addition to a more modern, efficient facility, your project will be designed to reduce ongoing operating expenses from day one without any capital outlay or debt appearing on your balance sheet. And lastly, energy savings should be guaranteed and verified through annual measurement and verification of savings throughout the life of the contract, meaning you only pay for the savings delivered.

Interested in how a food manufacturer was able to save $1.4M per year in reduced energy consumption? Read the Smallgoods Food Company case study or contact Ecosave today for a free energy savings assessment of your facility,

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