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  • Frequently the best place to begin in determining how to lower costs and increase profits for the owner of a building or a business is an energy audit. This is a 22 point process that examines a variety of structural, systems, and equipment/machinery vectors to determine the extent to which they are currently optimized, and to what degree savings can be realized through various enhancements.
  • New technology in lighting allows for multi-decade life of the fixtures, along with lower loads. This is often a “no brainer” upgrade that leads to immediate savings and one less thing to think or worry about over the years.
  • For buildings utilizing HVAC and Refrigeration Systems, a review of power usage patterns and efficiency of equipment and supporting systems can identify steps to minimizing energy needed to achieve desired ambient temperatures.
  • An exciting way to lower overall energy costs with minimal effort is through the utilization of smart power management systems. These systems can “think” through every aspect and element in a building that draws power and determine the ideal status and optimal current state of any system or component.
  • For decades the only option for purchasing power was to buy it from a large utility (almost always a monopoly) and paying whatever was required. There were no other options. Recent innovations in owned generation allow the ability to be a producer as well as a consumer of electricity. The economic benefits of “changing the paradigm” in this area can be enormous.
  • Paying to heat or cool the great outdoors is not the optimal strategy for efficient energy planning. Looking in to retrofitting casings and seals in windows and door frames, higher r factor fixtures, and related improvements is often the perfect place to start (when the objective is a lower energy bill).