An increasing number of industries are seeking to use energy more efficiently due to market pressure, public awareness of environmental sustainability, and rising energy costs and volatility. An energy efficiency (EE) project is potentially one of the most cost-effective means by which organizations and individuals can mitigate their greenhouse gas emissions for sustainable development.
Upfront costs are the major barriers to implementing energy efficiency projects, but we can help you overcome these barriers. The industry financing mechanisms including:
- Utility, state, and local incentives
- On-Bill Financing
- Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE)
- Energy Efficiency Mortgages (EEM)
- Energy Performance Contracting (EPC)
- Pay for Performance (PFP)
We conduct electrification studies for transportation fleets, and residential, commercial, and industrial buildings to reduce energy consumption costs and greenhouse gas emissions.
If you need to implement any of these projects mentioned here, TEG can help you by providing engineering and economic studies and financial analyses for your project.