Aegis Energy, EDF Group offers free energy audit for building owners looking to lower costs and carbon footprint
Combined Heat and Power company utilizes Energy Analysts to see if CHP is a fit
In many states throughout the region, utility companies and government agencies offer homeowners a free energy audit as the first step in helping residents save both money and energy costs while running their homes.
In Connecticut, Connecticut Light & Power partners with Energize Connecticut to create the Home Energy Solutions Program. In Massachusetts, it’s Mass Save that leads the way with its Home Energy Assessment program.
As a building owner or facilities manager, you have that same ability to learn about CHP and its potential benefit to your property.
Aegis Energy, EDF Group, LLC, an innovative Combined Heat and Power company out of Holyoke, MA, is offering a free energy audit to building owners and facility managers throughout the Northeast.
Aegis’ utilizes highly efficient modular systems to reduce both energy costs and emissions for a variety of facilities, from healthcare and assisted living facilities, to recreational and multi-residential complexes, and hotels. There are also institutional, educational, and industrial facility applications.
If your building falls into one of the above categories, the free energy audit can determine if CHP would be an effective answer to concerns about rising utility costs, your carbon footprint, and dependence on the grid.
Aegis enlists its Energy Analysts to handle the audit which consists of a 12 month review of electric and heating bills, site visits, and a savings analysis and proposal using Aegis’ proprietary modeling software.
Sometimes, CHP just isn’t a fit. The free audit can provide that information as well.
If you’ve had an audit performed more than two years ago, it may make sense to engage the process again as utility rates, supply and demand charges, and available grants for CHP are constantly changing.