Edison Energy to Conduct Energy Audits and Retro-Commissioning Projects for New York City Operated Buildings

Leader in Energy Services to Develop Energy Optimization Plans for New York City’s Largest Structures

IRVINE, Calif.--()--ENERActive Solutions, an Edison Energy company, today announced that it has been chosen by the New York City Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) to conduct audits and retro-commissioning projects on municipal buildings throughout New York City. ENERActive’s consultation will ensure that DCAS complies with New York City’s Local Law 87 (LL87), which requires buildings over 50,000 gross square feet to undergo periodic energy audit and retro-commissioning measures to help building owners and managers measure and develop an action plan to save energy.

“It is an honor to partner with DCAS on this very exciting and important project in the initial phase of audits and recommendations”

“It is an honor to partner with DCAS on this very exciting and important project in the initial phase of audits and recommendations,” said Dan Weeden, president and CEO, ENERActive Solutions. “Our mission is to offer solutions that will ensure compliance with LL87 and provide forward-looking plans that will allow these important facilities – such as schools, public transportation depots and hospitals – to utilize energy in a more efficient manner, positioning them to be more sustainable for years to come.”

ENERActive will perform a thorough assessment of each building’s energy portfolio, allowing the company to advise DCAS on the optimum solutions for energy improvements through replacement and upgrades, as well as installation of new technology and implementation of renewable energy projects. The company will also offer guidance related to optimization of current equipment and operations, verifying that existing equipment meets current energy needs and providing staff training to ensure plans can be properly implemented and overseen.

New York City is on a path to reduce citywide emissions by 80 percent by 2050. Public buildings are required to lead by example and reduce emissions from government buildings by 35 percent by 2025, as outlined in New York City’s sustainability plan, One City, Built to Last. Assessing the energy use of the city’s buildings and making the necessary changes or upgrades to infrastructure is a key step towards meeting these targets, as most buildings consume an average of 30 percent more energy than is needed to operate. ENERActive’s consultation and solutions are effective at cutting energy use and quick to implement, therefore critical to meet the urgent 35 percent reduction by 2025.

For more information about Local Law 87 and the City’s progress in meeting its sustainability goals read our blog:
http://www.edisonenergy.com/blog/blog-posts/energy-audits-retro-commissioning-reduce-new-york-city-ghg-emissions/

About ENERActive Solutions, LLC

Headquartered in Asbury Park, NJ, with offices in New York City, Boston, Chicago, and Washington D.C., ENERActive Solutions is an independent, full service energy consulting, engineering, and project development firm specializing in the assessment, design, development, and installation of energy efficiency projects, building system optimization programs, and power generation solutions. ENERActive is also a Platinum Sponsor of Special Olympics New Jersey. For ongoing news, please go to http://eneractivesolutions.com/latest.html.

About Edison Energy

Edison Energy, a subsidiary of Edison International, is an independent energy advisory and solutions integration company with the capabilities to develop and implement a broad range of energy solutions for the largest energy users. Edison Energy is focused on helping its customers reduce their energy costs, improve the environmental performance of their operations, ensure energy resiliency and manage exposure to energy price risk. For more information about Edison Energy visit www.edisonenergy.com.

Edison Energy is not the same company as Southern California Edison, the utility, and Edison Energy is not regulated by the California Public Utilities Commission.

Contacts

Edison Energy
Jeff Nestel-Patt, 978-761-8303
jeff.nestel.patt@edisonenergy.com
or
Justine Caccamo, 212-269-2302, ext. 710
justine.caccamo@edisonenergy.com

Release Summary

Edison Energy has been selected by New York City to provide energy audits and retro-commissioning on City-owned buildings. Projects will help the City to achieve its renewable energy goals.