Proactive energy efficiency strategies provide many benefits for both residential and commercial structures, but the principle goal is to minimize energy consumption.

According to the EPA’s “Green Buildings” program, buildings in the United States account for 36% of total energy use and 65% of electricity consumption, and 12% of potable water consumption.

Breakdown of Energy Use 
An effective energy efficiency strategy reduces energy consumption and lowers electric bills, but don’t lose site of some of the other benefits: better health, more comfortable and safer living or work environment, higher productivity, and increased performance with longer life spans of mechanical equipment.

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For commercial and industrial applications, effective peak energy management systems can help manage electric utility costs.

 

Contact Clean Energy Resources at 412-901-6766 or greg@clean-energy-resource.com to arrange an energy audit today. It is the most accurate and cost effective way to develop an energy efficiency strategy.

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