Managing Electric and Gas Costs Tops Topics at New Jersey Cooperator’s Condo, HOA, Co-op & Apt. Expo, May 7

GREENCROWN Energy LLC will be displaying cost-effective ways to contain escalating and unpredictable gas and electric bills at the New Jersey Cooperator’s Condo, HOA, Co-op & Apt. Expo, May 7.

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I can’t think of a timelier topic than how to control rampant and steadily rising energy prices, especially after one of the coldest winters on record.

Belleville, New Jersey (PRWEB) April 15, 2014

The management and operation of condominium and apartment complexes requires tackling a boatload of diverse topics — from landlord/tenant relations and collections to HOA bylaws, maintenance and pest control. This year’s New Jersey Cooperator’s Condo, HOA, Co-op & Apt. Expo at the Meadowlands Exposition Center on May 7 will include those subjects and many others, including how to rein in escalating and unpredictable gas and electric bills. Leading the conversation on the subject of gas/electricity procurement and cogeneration will be GREENCROWN Energy LLC.

“I can’t think of a timelier topic than how to control rampant and steadily rising energy prices, especially after one of the coldest winters on record,” said Paul Errigo, director of business development for GREENCROWN Energy LLC. “Our job is to offer value-driven gas and electric options that enable condominium and apartment owners, investors and HOAs to get a solid handle on energy outlay. We have a host of proven gas and electric procurement programs, along with extremely attractive cogeneration options, that are designed to boost profits and increase cash flow.

“We’re expecting a great deal of traffic at both the Green Crown Energy display (No. 203) and at our website,, as show attendees look for specific solutions to the uncertainty of electric and gas prices," Errigo continued. “Unfortunately, the only certainty with gas and electric prices these days is they’re going up. With profit margins hanging in the balance, there’s never been a better time for condo and apartment owners to take a hard look at new and exciting ways to heat and cool their properties.”

Errigo went on to caution that relying solely on the U.S. energy grid, and purchasing electricity and gas in the “old school” ways, could have a deleterious impact on apartment and condo operating profit margins. “As a leading full-service energy advisory firm specializing in energy supply cost reduction and turnkey cogeneration systems development, we’re proud to offer a myriad of gas/electric procurement and cogeneration programs designed to help put a lid on energy price swings and ensure a stable supply of energy — even during a power outage,” he noted.

From state-of-the-art and cost-effective on-site cogeneration plants to long-term electric and gas procurement contracts, Green Crown Energy has the ability to keep energy costs as low as possible — a boon for its apartment and condominium clients, Errigo explained. “For example, it’s never been easier or more cost effective for a high rise building to utilize cogeneration (CHP),” he said. “We can offer CHP at no costs for installation and maintenance, plus the technology has progressed so far that a Cogeneration Plant can now fit easily into virtually any building in the city.”

As for the bottom line savings associated with CHP, Errigo pointed out that apartment and condo owners can expect to see a reduction of 40 to 60 percent on their energy bills. “I can’t think of a more compelling argument to give Cogeneration a close analysis, and GreenCrown Energy is happy to provide a free consult to help them do just that,” he offered.

Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) are another popular way for Apartment and Condo building owners to enjoy the many positive features of Cogeneration, Errigo suggested. “PPAs afford building owners the benefits of Cogeneration with no capital outlay or ongoing operating costs," he said. "It’s an amazing win-win with the client paying only for the energy they need. PPAs also help to unlock cash flow and make more accurate forecasting possible. We highly recommend Power Purchase Agreements for entities that often cannot use tax incentives, such as many hospitals, nursing homes, high-rise residential buildings, schools and universities, or any building who simply wants to preserve capital.”

He added that GREENCROWN Energy’s proven ability to leverage government incentives and strategic partnerships to maximize gas and electric savings through various strategies and special programs make these PPAs — not to mention cogeneration programs — even more attractive from a cost basis.

“We have an enviable track record working with local and national organizations to lock in the lowest pricing available at very favorable terms, thanks to our ability to aggregate volumes on a local and national level,” Errigo said. “It’s a fact that we can consistently secure lower rates and better terms than any individual.”

From on-site CHP to Power Purchase Agreements to Electric and Gas Procurement Contracts and other programs, Green Crown Energy has an energy solution for any condominium or apartment complex, Errigo maintained. “Our clients typically enjoy a significant reduction in their energy supply costs with very favorable terms. And that includes local and national retail chains and associations, hospitals, nursing homes, large corporations, and local businesses in a variety of industries,” he said.

For those interested in learning more about CHP and how to lower electric and gas outlay, Green Crown Energy will have display No. 203 at the New Jersey Cooperator’s Condo, HOA, Co-op & Apt. Expo. Those who are unable to attend the show “just have to go to and give me a call, and I’d be happy to share the good news about Cogeneration Power either in person, before a group or over the phone," Errigo said.

For more information about how to lower your company’s energy bills today, including cogeneration (CHP) and multiple forms of electric and gas procurement programs, contact an energy adviser at or call 877-308-2727 x 116.


  • Paul Errigo
    Greencrown Energy
    +1 (347) 491-4858 Ext: 116