EnerNOC - Services

By: Enernoc  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Energy Efficiency, Carbon Management, Energy Procurement

Are energy costs eating into operations and maintenance budgets at your facility? Is aging equipment and infrastructure creating an unmanageable backlog of maintenance projects? If you’re looking to resolve these energy efficiency issues, you need a clear plan, a solid business case, and a trusted partner. EnerNOC’s team of energy and commissioning professionals has delivered results to over 100 million square feet of commercial, institutional, and industrial facilities, and has decades of engineering experience in variable frequency drives, heat recovery, lighting retrofits and controls, central plant optimization, and cogeneration, as well as steam, compressed air, and refrigeration systems.

EfficiencySMART™services fall into four buckets to meet the full range of your energy needs:

  • Plan
  • Audit
  • Assessment
  • Commissioning

Plan: A roadmap to reach your goals

Though the benefits are clear, few organizations have developed a strategic, long-term approach to energy-related projects. EnerNOC helps your organization develop a holistic energy plan that addresses critical facility and energy needs, or very specific plans designed to meet a particular goal, such as a corporate level carbon footprint reduction plan. An EfficiencySMART Plan defines the approach you can take at each phase of energy management, including a multi-year profile of projected energy demand, consumption, and costs, a lifecycle financial analysis of potential energy strategies, and a roadmap for implementing and financing strategies that are the most attractive.

Audit: An action plan from our team of energy experts

Whether you’re looking for a prioritized list of savings measures across a campus or within a specific building or plant, an audit can help drive meaningful savings. On-site investigation will identify measures to reduce energy use and operating costs. An EfficiencySMART Audit report includes financial analysis for each measure including savings, implementation cost, and utility incentive options. Measures might include short- and long-term payback investments, demand response, and onsite generation.

Assessment: A detailed look into specific problem areas

Complex systems critical to the day-to-day operation of your business can often be big energy hogs. An EfficiencySMART Assessment report provides detailed recommendations for energy savings, demand reductions, reductions in energy intensity through operation and maintenance (O+M) activities, equipment retrofits, behavioral changes and/or use of new technologies. An EfficiencySMART Assessment addresses all energy sources, including electricity, natural gas, and other fuels.

Commissioning: The full facility tune-up

EfficiencySMART Commissioning services help ensure that buildings are running at maximum efficiency. Our seasoned energy engineers conduct thorough site reviews, identify major sources of energy consumption, and deliver detailed analysis of systems and equipment performance. Payback on commissioning of new and existing buildings is typically fewer than 18 months, with utility incentives driving payback periods down to 12 months or faster.

Keywords: Carbon Management, Energy Efficiency, Energy Procurement

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