Energy Mangement Consulting Group provides a wide range of services in the energy consulting field. These are benchmarking, energy audits, ENERGY STAR and bEQ certification, life cycle cost analysis, HVAC services, solar photovoltaic, solar thermal heating, and solar thermal cooling.
As part of energy conservation measures, EMCG always strives after a thorough economic analysis to implement renewable energy technologies whenever applicable, such as solar thermal heating, solar thermal hot water, solar electric (photovoltaic), bio-mass and bio-diesel boilers, ground source heat pump system, and solar thermal cooling.Read more.
As per U.S. DOE/EIA-Annual Energy Review 2011, the estimated U.S. energy use in 2010 was approximately 95x10^15 BTU, which represented close to 19% of the world energy demand. To meet this increasing thirst for energy, conservation and renewable energy can play a significant role in reducing our reliance on imported fossil fuel, improve our national energy security, and consequently, help decrease GHG emissions.
Note that there are several type of incentive programs available at state, federal and local levels to assist home and business owners improve their buildings energy performance by upgrading their old equipment with high efficiency units, installing solar systems, upgrading insulation, etc... Please refer to “Incentive Programs” for more details. Read more.
According to U.S. DOE/EERE, approximately 38% of U.S. energy buildings use is consumed by HVAC equipment, thus, close attention need to be made to assess these types of equipment during the preliminary onsite assessment phase to identify any inefficiencies that may require further analysis in the next step of the energy audit, and therefore draw conclusions if any equipment replacement or system modification would be required to address these issues.
Once the energy survey is done by Energy Management Consulting Group team of energy auditors, then our energy analysts start analyzing the data collected, building the energy model (based on which level of effort required by the client), and finally identify energy conservation measures for the building to reduce its energy use. Read more.