While setting Goals is certainly important, what really matters is achieving those goals. We have been implementing successful “Energy Conservation” projects for more than 35 years. Read our list of “How-to” Achieve Your Sustainability Goals in 2015.
By using no-cost, low-cost methods to tune-up energy systems and reduce utility costs without capital projects, an owner can pay energy professionals for their services with part of the dollars saved and put the rest of the savings in their pocket.
There were about 3.7 million deaths from outdoor air pollution in 2012. Coal particulates pollution alone is estimated to shorten approximately 1,000,000 lives annually worldwide, including nearly 24,000 lives a year in the United States. Reducing the energy wasted in buildings will literally save and improve the quality of millions of lives.
The energy systems were the responsibility of the custodians; the same people who swept the floors at night. The poorly trained operator was wasting more of the owner’s money every year than it would have cost to hire one with the required education, skills and experience.