Energy Budgets at Risk (EBaR) applies Wall Street financial risk management analysis to a database of energy efficiency options customized for your building along with financing options to identify profitable options and the cash flow increases that you can expect to achieve.
EBaR bypasses the auditing, engineering analysis, meeting with sales people and other time consuming and costly efforts
to provide all
the information you need to determine if it is time to update you energy systems and practices.
The EBaR process:
- Identifies EE/DR options to reduce energy costs and increase cash flow
- Ensures cash-flow and energy cost savings with risk managment
- Presents financing option impacts on cash flow
- Saves thousands of dollars involved in deciding to upgrade energy system
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EBaR target audience includes:
- Facility managers and energy engineers who have direct responsibility for building energy use and costs and have difficulty conveying financial justification for attractive projects
- Building owners, CEOs, CFOs, administrators and managers who want more financial information on efficiency and demand response energy savings potentials and investments risk
- Real estate investment trusts and other organizations with building portfolios who want to increase portfolio value and net revenue
- Energy service companies (ESCOs), mechanical, electrical and plumbing companies (MEPs), consulting engineers, architects and other design professionals who typically struggle to present efficiency and DR options in ways that are meaningful to clients
- Financial organizations who provide financing for building efficiency investments.
- Organizations who want to quantify greenhouse gas reduction impacts of energy investments
- Utilities, regulatory and other government agencies, and policy-makers who what to assess efficiency and demand response potentials in utility service areas, states and other geographic areas