Princeton, NJ, U.S.A. (PRWEB) September 09, 2013
The new Energy Performance Monitoring (EPM) service is an extension of E2’s other engineering services. Its unique knowledge of building operations, gained through more than 30 years of refrigeration, air conditioning and energy control system design, provides the foundation for this service’s value to clients. The cloud-based analytic tools used by E2’s engineers allow access to on-demand or scheduled reports and programmed alerts. These reports and alerts are driven by powerful “Dynamic Targets” formulated for the building or individual pieces of energy-using equipment based on a multitude of operational variables.
“This service will help our customers validate energy conservation measures in dollars and cents and identify poor performing buildings and equipment even when there are no alarms. It makes comprehensive energy management a reality for many of our clients who simply don’t have time to build a team like ours to do it,” said Paul Wickberg, Principal of Energy Squared.
Energy Squared provides a number of engineering services, including refrigeration, HVAC, electrical, plumbing, fire protection and control system design. Other services include LEED building design, system and building commissioning, energy performance monitoring, energy modeling, rebate/incentive capture on behalf of clients, and structural and civil engineering. To learn more about how Engineering Cost-Effective Energy Solutions can work for your business, please visit http://www.energysquaredeng.com.
About Energy Squared
Energy Squared, LLC, is a full-service energy design consulting engineering firm. It provides expertise in refrigeration, mechanical, electrical, lighting, specifications, building performance modeling, energy simulations and renewable energy services. From the initial analysis to completing projects and obtaining the applicable rebates and incentives, Energy Squared expedites each step of the process, while assuring a minimized total cost of ownership over the life of a project.