How Can an Energy Audit Reduce Your Expenses?

COVID-19 has undoubtedly taken a toll on the financial operations of many organizations. If you are an organization that hasn’t powered down during this pandemic, with consumer demand slowly declining, paying a hefty energy bill at the end of the month is probably the last thing you want to do. At EnergyLink, we understand times are tough. If you’re an organization struggling to make up for deficiencies — we want to help. 

How EnergyLink can provide value to your company 

EnergyLink can reduce your overhead costs to mitigate reduced cash flows that may have been caused by the virus. By integrating your HVAC with building automation systems and solar, you can simultaneously decrease your utility cost and increase the resiliency of your organization. The first step to saving is an energy audit, and don’t worry, it’s on us! 

What is an energy audit? 

Our certified engineers will assess your facility, looking for areas to improve your operations and lower your energy costs. Our audits can be summarized in a three-step process.

  1. We Review Your Past Utility Bills 
  2. We Examine Existing Assets 
  3. We Present Economic Solutions 

Our project proposals are guaranteed to help you lower energy demand, increase energy efficiency and provide your company with funding options.  

How is COVID-19 affecting our audits? 

The safety of our clients is of great importance to us. Due to the social distancing mandate and many state’s stay-at-home orders, an in-person examination of your facility may not be possible at this time. But, it’s still possible for us to start the energy audit today. A large part of the audit can be done virtually as we assess your past utility bills and discuss your desired savings. Eventually, we will need to look at your systems but this can be done at a later date. We can discuss each scenario case by case and figure out what is needed for your audit and how we execute our work while prioritizing your safety. 

Contact Us Today

Your company’s revenues may be uncertain at this time and we want to help. Contact us so we can start your energy audit today — free of charge!

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