Commercial Buildings in Winter: Energy Efficiency Checklist

Posted on December 20, 2018

Winter means colder temperatures, especially in locations across the U.S. like the Midwest and Northeast. And with those colder temperatures and shorter daylight hours, it can take a lot of energy to keep buildings warm, comfortable, and well lit. Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) and lighting are the biggest users of electricity in commercial buildings, according to the EPA. So, addressing how much energy these systems use can make a big difference in energy consumption, save money and ensure comfort for tenants.

Topics: Energy Efficiency, Winter, Energy Audit, LED Lighting, HVAC

What to Expect from Your Energy Audit

Posted on January 26, 2017

An energy audit offers insight in how your buildings are performing and the opportunities available for improvement. Before jumping into one, read below what to expect from a standard energy audit of a facility.

Topics: Energy Audit, Energy Efficiency