As energy prices continue to rise 3 to 28%, many business owners are looking for ways to cut costs and improve profits permanently. Making your business energy efficient could dramatically cut down on your utilities. Most buildings can benefit from energy efficiency improvements but there are certain things that can improve your return-on-investment. Here are four simple ways to look for and receive the highest return-on-investment from energy efficiency improvements.
TVA has announced that industrial projects must be completed before July 31, 2015 to qualify for 2015 incentives. The completion date is quickly approaching, therefore industrial customer applications will not be accepted after 11:59 PM on Thursday, April 30.
SED, Inc d.b.a.EES Consulting has been awarded the EPA Certificate of Partnership. The United States Environmental Protection Agency Combined Heat and Power partnership recognizes EES Consulting’s efforts to improve the environmental performance of the United States energy supply system by supporting combined heat and power solutions.
Have you ever thought, ‘there has to be a less expensive way to run this business?‘. THERE IS! Stop by the EES Consulting booth no. 415 or 507 to learn how you can save 20-60% on on your utility bills. EES is awarding new customers up to $500 off of an energy efficiency assessment (the equivalent of 8 engineering hours)! All you need to do is pick up your Expo Oasis card for redemption and schedule a free – no commitment walk through.
This post was originally published in Chattanooga Times Free Press.
by Daniel LeVan
March 1, 2015
As a Tennessee business owner, I understand that clean, renewable sources of energy are essential to the short- and long-term sustainability of our communities. It is reasonable and feasible to envision an economy in which energy is abundant, clean and delivered in ways that foster economic growth without compromising either our environment or public health.
The Clean Power Plan proposed by EPA is good for Tennessee. Robert Martineau, our commissioner of Environment and Conservation, released for public comment last December his department’s views on the draft standards proposed for our state. Although the science and engineering issues are technical, the document is thorough and, I believe, a well-balanced response.