If you are a leader of cash-strapped community with major infrastructure issues, then an energy savings agreement might be just the thing for you.
When deciding if an energy savings agreement is right for your community, there are a few things to take into consideration:
- Resources: Does your community have capital to maintain or replace equipment or install new windows? Does it have enough budgeted to keep up with rising maintenance and energy bill increases?
- Equipment: Are your HVAC systems (e.g., boilers, air handlers, etc.), building automation system controls or lighting systems at or nearing the end of their useful life?
- Employee Discomfort: Are temperatures in your building uneven causing employee complaints and discomfort?
And more. Download the full checklist so you can decide if an energy savings agreement is right for your community, by filling out the form to the left.