Have you ever heard the phrase, “nothing in life is free?” Well, it’s not exactly true, especially with Advanced Energy Group. We pride ourselves on offering the services of a large energy company while maintaining a personal relationship with every one of our customers. Below, we explain how you can go green with a free energy assessment to identify and take advantage of energy-saving opportunities for your company.
The goal is simple: through our assessment, we take an in-depth look at your facility and engineer a personalized plan to save you some “green” while improving efficiency. The assessment costs you nothing, but the recommendations can result in significant savings and benefit the environment.
How Does the Assessment Work?
We’ll ask you to complete a questionnaire with information about your facility and utility providers. You can reach out to us at any time to receive the survey. After we receive your information, we will:
- Send authorized energy auditors to your facility for a site visit.
- Conduct the free assessment.
- Use the results to prepare a findings report and recommend energy efficiency updates and upgrades customized to your facility.
- Contact your utility company to determine what utility assistance programs you qualify for.
- Complete the project within 30 days of signing.
What Do We Measure?
Our auditors and contractors will identify areas of opportunity to improve the efficiency of systems in your facility. Those service areas may include LED lighting upgrades, HVAC upgrades, refrigeration controls, electric vehicle charging installations, insulation, wiring, emergency lighting, signage and more.
When these areas are running at peak efficiency, it’s good for your productivity, the environment and your bottom line.
Our number one priority is customer satisfaction, and it shows:
If you’re interested in saving money and working with our team to improve your facility’s energy efficiency, contact us for your free energy assessment. We’re happy to explain the process and answer any questions you may have.