Energy Savers is a one-stop energy efficiency shop for building owners.
Energy Savers helps building owners tame high utility costs with a practical approach to energy efficiency and water conservation. We’ve helped hundreds of building owners improve their buildings and increase net operating income by reducing costs.
Our experts from Elevate Energy and our partners, including Community Investment Corporation, take the guess work out of the process. We’ll be there every step of the way, from identifying cost-effective improvements, to finding financing, overseeing construction, and verifying savings.
Call (855) 372-8377 or e-mail Elevate Energy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Energy Savers process:
Building assessment and expert advice. The Energy Savers team will conduct a building assessment that includes an examination of utility bills and a thorough inspection of your building to find where you’re wasting energy, water and money. Your expert energy analyst will help you identify the most cost-effective investments for your building. This service is available at no cost for many buildings.
Financial guidance. Energy Savers partners directly with lenders and the utility companies to help you connect with low-cost financing options and take advantage of rebates and incentives to pay for energy efficiency improvements.
Construction oversight. The Energy Savers team will assist you throughout the construction process, from finding qualified contractors, to reviewing bids, and monitoring installation.
Annual savings reports. Once your energy efficiency and water conservation upgrades are complete, you’ll receive annual reports showing how much you are saving. If your building is not performing as well as anticipated, we will perform a building tune-up.
Building owners who implement all or most of our recommended energy efficiency measures through the Energy Savers program commonly see a 30 percent savings on natural gas use, post-retrofit. In addition, energy efficiency improvements help preserve affordable housing, create local jobs, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Click on your building type below to learn more and enroll today.
• Multifamily Buildings (5 or more units)
• Small Multifamily Buildings (2 to 4 units)
• Nonprofit Organizations, Houses of Worship, or Public Buildings