Energy Management for Adat Shalom Synagogue

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MEP Services for Energy Management

Incorporating an energy management plan into facility design, or adopting one for an existing building, has important benefits, including:

  • Reducing utility costs by eliminating unnecessary or excessive energy use
  • Identifying energy saving potential by benchmarking energy use against industry norms
  • Setting energy goals appropriate for the building
  • Identifying and investing in areas giving the greatest benefit
  • Establishing a budget and timeline for implementing energy improvements
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Mid Michigan College

Mid Michigan College elected to participate in the Consumers Energy Smart Buildings Program for three buildings on its Mt. Pleasant campus.

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Munson Healthcare

Munson Healthcare has taken advantage of the Consumers Energy Smart Buildings Program on several facilities, which provides an energy assessment of the building HVAC systems

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Saginaw Valley State University

The Consumers Energy Retro-commissioning program provides a focused assessment of a building’s operation, maintenance, and infrastructure at no cost to the owner.

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Siena Heights University

Siena Heights University retained Peter Basso Associates (PBA) to conduct a study to analyze building energy usage, evaluate system operation, and assess the condition of HVAC

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