Asset Environments specializes in performing energy studies to identify opportunities that reduce energy consumption and operating costs. Studies often involve a combination of site inspections, on-site measurements, engineering calculations, computer simulations, and financial analysis. We can also process any qualifying rebates or incentives.
The results of the energy study are used to develop energy-saving facility improvement measures which outlines specific actions and investments ownership can make. Facility improvement measures reduce utility consumption and costs, while improving building performance.
Asset Environments also has the expertise to serve as prime contractor for the resulting upgrade, if desired.
FAQ's About Energy Studies
why do I need an energy STUDY?
Energy studies are valuable in evaluating building performance to identify opportunities for building owners to reduce energy and water consumption, and save money. The depth of study is variable and depends upon the scope and goal of the owner.
Energy studies are also necessary for certain forms of financing or incentives such as PACE, 45L Tax Credit, or 179D Tax Deduction.
Who can perform an energy STUDY?
Building owners should use qualified energy professionals to perform their energy studies. Our engineering team has the training and experience to perform these studies.
Our company president, Steve McGreer, has over two decades of experience in the energy-efficiency field and has performed energy studies on hundreds of buildings.
What is included in an Energy Study report?
Our typical study reports include:
What type of upgrades does Asset Environments look at?
Asset Environments takes a comprehensive approach to building assessments. We generally focus on the following aspects of your building:
How Much does an Energy Study Cost?
A full energy study's price will vary based on the scope and size of your project. However, Asset Environments will typically perform an initial site walk and estimate for no cost or risk to the owner.