National Energy Awareness Month is a good time to remind you that you shouldn’t fear an investment in a clean-energy solution such as a Combined Heat and Power system.
With the goal to inspire the next generation of manufacturers, National Manufacturing Day is celebrated all across the U.S. on the first Friday in October; some facilities open their doors to the public, others seek to educate.
If your facility is looking for a reason to switch on a Combined Heat and Power (CHP) system from Aegis Energy, EDF Group, we don’t just have one—we have five!
Summertime, time to sit back and unwind. It is also the season that aggravates many electrical issues taking away from fun in the sun.
A partnership between Con Edison and the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) aims to reduce electric demand in parts of Brooklyn and Queens by encouraging the development of Combined Heat and Power projects within the BQDM zone.
“Hot town, summer in the city…” The Lovin’ Spoonful song takes on added meaning if your building loses power and the air conditioning goes with it on a hot summer day. Fortunately, this is a situation Aegis Energy, EDF Group can help you avoid.
In the last six years, three severe weather events—Superstorm Sandy and Hurricanes Harvey and Maria—caused widespread damage and left millions of residents without power during and after the storms for a long duration of time.
The description of the product life-cycle solution is apropos of Aegis Energy, EDF Group, which is a leader in Combined Heat and Power system installations. Aegis, which attended BuildingsNY, has helped countless buildings in NYC dramatically reduce energy costs by up to 50% while substantially reducing their emissions.
Today is Earth Day, which is a global event celebrated by more than one billion people every year. It is also a day of action to modify human behavior and provoke policy changes to create a clean environment that better protects our planet.
GLOBALCON 2018 is billed as an event “designed specifically to facilitate those seeking to expand their knowledge of fast-moving developments in the energy field, explore promising new technologies, compare energy supply options, and learn about innovative and cost-conscious project implementation strategies.”
On March 14, we found ourselves with a difficult choice to make with two overlapping events. With such varied agendas and such important topics to discuss and information to glean, we didn’t choose to attend either or, but rather, BOTH.
If you’ve read any of our recent blogs, you know that in addition to being a leader in emerging technology—CHP—we also pride ourselves on being at the forefront of legislative updates that could affect the energy market and our customers. Last month, our blog focused on New York City, and this month, our travels took us there—to the Anchin Construction and Development Forum, more specifically.