Energy Management / Infrastructure Services

PROCESS:

The E3 International team meets with the client’s senior executive and functional level managers to understand the organization’s objectives, priorities, and constraints for current and future energy and water use. With this understanding in place, the E3 team then conducts an appropriate evaluation of the energy and/or water infrastructure of the enterprise and presents findings to the client decision makers.  Once a plan of action is approved by the client, the E3 team collaborates with management, staff, specialty consultants, and equipment/technology providers to implement – according to an agreed upon budget and timeline – approved conservation, efficiency, and sustainability upgrades to achieve client objectives – such as measurably enhancing asset values, improving energy and financial performance, mitigating risk/enhancing enterprise energy security, and conserving resources.

(Sample Projects – Hospital Energy Infrastructure Support; District Heating System Rehabilitation)

PLANNING

  • Strategic energy and water planning – enterprise use, generation, sourcing – in coordination with senior level executives and functional managers

EVALUATION

  • Energy and water audit—consumption baseline and demand profiles
  • Current quality of service delivery—risk assessment
  • Infrastructure systems and equipment survey—systems assessment and asset valuation
  • Smart building quotient/Energy Star rating
  • Greenhouse gas emissions attributable to energy
  • Competitiveness of energy (electricity, steam and fuel) and water pricing and contracts
  • Application of energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies and alternate sourcing
  • Estimate/benchmark energy, financial and/or security performance improvement

CONSERVATION AND SUSTAINABILITY ALTERNATIVES

Collaborate with staff, specialty consultants, and equipment/technology/utility providers to:

  • Repair and restore existing systems and equipment
  • Replace or upgrade equipment; automate systems
  • Renegotiate energy supply contracts
  • Implement smart building features and energy efficiency measures
  • Implement renewable energy technologies
  • Implement energy, water and wastewater management improvements
  • LEED certify, if a priority
  • Implement Demand Response Programs
  • Implement Co-generation and/or Distributed Generation
  • Provide District Heating and Cooling System/Central Utility Plant upgrades
  • Provide Energy Performance Certification Analysis