DEEP ENERGY RETROFITS
Deep energy retrofits from Euro Green Energy deliver the following benefits:
- Energy savings greater than 50% when compared with pre-retrofit energy use
- Whole-building retrofits that impact multiple end uses and systems
- Multiple energy conservation measures (ECMs) with interactive effects
- Energy savings that provide significant return on investment
- Increased overall facility value
Deep energy retrofits from Euro Green Energy allow organizations to contain energy costs and reduce emissions by improving existing systems, including weatherization, HVAC and plumbing and energy management. These projects align with U.E. Energy objectives to work toward overall energy reduction.
Euro Green Energy provides an engineering staff and construction management staffed with project managers, design engineers, construction personnel and O&M and M&V personnel to support all aspects of a project. Performing these functions internally improves design constructability and realism, reduces risk to our Federal government clients and results in a higher percentage of savings guarantees. Euro Green Energy can work within the guidelines , including requirements for subcontracting to veteran-owned, minority-owned and women-owned businesses.
We provide the technical and management capabilities to complete a deep energy retrofit at any facility, including public buildings, high security areas and mission-critical operations centers during daily use. We work closely with clients to develop project plans that minimize disruptions and allow normal operations to continue without impedance. We have extensive experience with mission critical requirements and can provide solutions that are delivered on time and with reliable performance.
Our energy and water conservation measures are developed using a holistic approach that provides a comprehensive solution that delivers multiple opportunities to achieve deeper energy and water savings throughout the performance period.
New Carrollton Federal Building
Through a deep energy retrofit, annual reductions of 60% in energy use and 50% in water use were achieved.
DOE SRS Biomass Cogeneration Facility
The largest ESPC in U.S. history converted a coal-fired plant to a plant running on renewable biomass.
A facility-wide upgrade at the College Park, MD, facility included an energy management system (EMS) upgrade, lighting upgrades and chiller and heating optimization.