Energy

Energy consumption studies, energy audit, conservation recommendations and building systems design for new and retrofit systems

With limited natural resources, inflated energy costs, increasing air pollution and heightened awareness of climate change, energy conservation is an opportunity for building owners, campus and facility managers.

Because facility energy requirements vary based on design, use, location and orientation, it is critical to define and measure energy efficiency for buildings in order to improve energy performance and efficiency. At P2S, we know how to improve building energy efficiency in facilities. We do this by first leveraging our knowledge of existing systems, maintenance and operations and utility rate structures.

Second, we draw on our experience in working with emerging technologies and renewable energy sources. Finally, we identify the key factors critical to the success energy projects, including optimization for maximum annual energy efficiency, compatibility, reliability, and maintainability, as well as those that affect both the environment and the depletion of natural resources. We also help our clients offset capital costs required to execute these projects by understanding and leveraging all the various incentives available from state and federal programs.

P2S is also well-versed in the design and implementation of renewable energy technologies. We help our clients minimize the use of natural resources and limit the dependence on fossil fuels. This minimizes exposure from volatile and escalating energy costs while providing environmental benefits by reducing greenhouse gas emissions. In addition, these technologies reduce operating costs by minimizing future carbon emissions expenses and peak demand usage charges.

P2S building energy and systems design services include:

  • Energy Efficiency Master Planning
  • Renewable Energy Sources (photovoltaic, fuel cells, solar-heating, daylighting)
  • Economic Feasibility Studies
  • Energy and Carbon Reduction Audits
  • Energy Modeling
  • Energy Reduction
  • Commissioning
  • Energy Management Report & Metering
  • Alternative Energy Systems
  • Incentive & Rebates
  • Measurement & Verification (Actual Savings/Data Logging)
  • Thermography

Through the availability of many state and federal incentives for new and emerging technologies, these technologies continue to become more attractive and cost-effective solutions to achieving greater facility energy efficiency.