Developing a successful project relies on a Team approach. Many of the site’s Operations and Maintenance staff will provide valuable input towards a successful energy efficiency project. A typical scope of work will include the following:

Facility Benchmarking
      “Needs versus Wants” Prioritization
      LEED Goals
      Technology Audits and Building Analysis
              Equipment Inventory & Analysis
      Energy Conservation Measure (ECM) Feasibility Analysis
      Energy Rate and Utility Contract Analysis & Review
Turnkey Project Development
      Identification & Viability of Renewable and Emerging Technologies
      Project Planning (with respect to Agency and/or EO 13423 goals)
      Delivery Order and RFP preparation assistance
Baselines and Measurement & Verification (M&V) Discussions
      Life-Cycle Cost Analysis
      Financial Option Analysis
      Economic Analysis
            Cash Flow Scenarios
      Project Viability Review, ECM Screening
      ECM-Specific M&V Development
      Target and Goal seeking
Un-Biased Product Specification Assistance
      Site Preferences for Product Selection
      Compatibility Review (Spec versus Value)
      Piece vs. System Choices
Project Management Services
      Performance Based Specification Development
      Contractor Bid Package Review and Evaluation
      Review & Grade all proposals
            with respect to price and "goals"
            with respect to interactive effects
Cover-to-Cover Proposal Review
      Critical Evaluation of All ECMs, Technologies, Management Approach, M&V
      Methodologies, Pricing and Financing

Program Design & Management Assistance
Project Development & Coordination
Turn-Key Project Facilitation
Implementation & Construction Oversight
Measurement & Verification of Savings
Energy Efficient Project Consulting
Renewable Energy Power Purchase Agreements and Energy Service Agreements(TBD)

Point of Contact:
Wilson Reynolds, V.P.

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