Energy Efficiency & Sustainability Consulting

Texas (outside of Austin) and Louisiana

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EES Restoration helps our residential and commercial customers through their most difficult times with flood remediation and restoration/home building services.

EES Consulting has a proven track record of helping commercial clients achieve optimal energy efficiency results for Texas and Louisiana businesses — reducing operating expenses and limiting exposure to rising utility rates allows our customers to redeploy their capital in their own business. EES Consulting takes a holistic approach to energy efficiency by tailoring a solution that is best for each building’s needs. Our proprietary “EESy” approach helps business owners reduce costs and improve cash flow, all while reducing their impact on the environment.

As program sponsors for the Centerpoint Commercial and Industrial Standard Offer Program, we have helped our clients receive hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of rebates for their energy efficiency improvements.

Contact us today to find out how we can help you save money on energy.


Case Studies

Gallery Furniture:
Furniture Retail

Sugarland Petroleum:
Convenience Store


EES In the News

August 19, 2015: Furniture Retail Energy Saving Store Tip #4: LED Lighting, Your Secret HVAC Solution
August 3, 2015: Sustainable News and Views – Guest Post by Dan Parsley
May 6, 2015: Methods of Reducing Home Electricity Costs
May 6, 2015: Home Energy Tips Just in Time for Summer
July 29, 2013: Beat the Heat Without Breaking the Bank


Houston News

5 Reasons to Add Energy Efficiency to Your Budget

2016 is the best year yet for an energy efficiency investment. With the extension of Federal 179D tax incentives through the end of the year, which allow a deduction of up to $1.80 sq. ft., and the reduced cost of efficient technology, there’s never been a better time to upgrade your facility!

Conducting an energy assessment now will give you time to explore multiple energy-saving opportunities, as well as the available rebates, incentives, and financing options.  If you know you want to cut operating costs and boost profit margins, then scheduling an assessment now will allow you to consider the options before the incentives run out.


Dan Parsley to Speak with Texas A&M Energy Club on March 31st

On Thursday, March 31st, Dan Parsley, President and Co-Founder of EES Consulting, will be speaking with the Texas A&M University Energy Club from 7:00 – 8:00PM.

Dan will be sharing insight into energy efficiency opportunities in underserved markets and discussing his work with the Energy Efficient Building (EEB) committee of Houston.  Dan received a BS in Liberal Arts from Texas A&M University and enjoys working with students who share his passion for entrepreneurship and the environment.

About the Event:

Thursday, March 31, 2016
7:00 – 8:00 PM
Texas A&M University
Jack E. Brown Chemical Engineering Bldg. (CHEN106)


National News

Top 5 Energy Trends to Watch in 2016

Energy efficiency is out; Operational Efficiency in IN (and in a very big way!)

operational efficiency2016 is all about integration; solutions that work together to change processes rather than changing a specific technology or behavior.

The major trends for the coming year indicate that building owners recognize the financial value of measuring and monitoring building performance, and using that data to guide operational strategies and make smarter investments.

While lighting retrofits remain the most popular CapEx investment, this year we’re seeing more businesses – both large and small – developing comprehensive resource management strategies to drive cost savings even further.  With the changing energy grid, rising water prices, and tighter regulations, these growing trends can give savvy companies a real competitive edge and improve their bottom line. Let’s take a closer look:



Facts about EES

Hundreds of Product Solutions

$791,230 in Client Rebates

Four Years payback or better


Hear From Our Clients

I do believe that EES can come in and make just about any building better even if it’s just through lighting, HVAC, coatings, etcetera.


It’s better for the customers and the electricity bills are a lot lower for us so, again, it’s a win-win for everybody.





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