5 Ways Your Business Benefits from an Energy Assessment
June 26, 2017
68% of businesses in the US plan to increase investments toward becoming more energy efficient in the next 12 months, according to a survey from Johnson Controls. That’s over two-thirds of businesses that are looking for ways to save energy and improve their bottom-line.
You may be one of those businesses thinking about doing what you can to save energy. If not, you should be. Becoming more energy efficient is one of the best ways to improve the performance of your business.
But how do you know what your business needs to be more energy efficient? By starting with an energy assessment.
Here are five benefits to scheduling an assessment with Mass Save.
- Energy expertise at your service
Ever wanted to have a dedicated energy manager at your business? Now’s your chance to gain the expertise of an Energy Specialist who will do a thorough evaluation of your facility, identifying all the ways your business may be wasting energy (especially the less obvious ways) and how you can take action to save. The process lasts a few hours, will result in minimal disruption to your business, and can be scheduled at your convenience.
- Get a customized roadmap for energy saving improvements
The recommendations provided to you by your Energy Specialist will be specific to your business. There’s no cookie cutter process here. He or she will help you prioritize which upgrades will deliver the greatest impact, taking into account your budget and your schedule. You have no obligation to follow through on any of the recommendations if you don’t want to, but with the benefits you’ll gain, we think you’ll want to. Recommended upgrades may include lighting systems and lighting controls, HVAC systems and controls, weatherization (air sealing and insulation), steam trap maintenance, and refrigeration systems and controls.
- Unlock benefits that impact your bottom-line
Most businesses make energy efficiency improvements because they want a lower energy bill. You probably do too. But that’s not the only bottom-line impact you stand to gain when you take action to save energy. For example, upgrading lighting and weatherizing your building can help employees feel more focused and comfortable, which boosts their productivity. You may also be able to reduce costly maintenance needs and safety incidents as well.
- Qualify for valuable rebates and incentives
You’ll be able to stretch your energy improvement budget further with our rebates and incentives. When you have an assessment done, you may qualify for up to 70% off equipment and installation costs for energy saving equipment. Why take on smaller projects on your own when you can go big with Mass Save with the same budget?
- It’s no-cost!
An energy assessment won’t cost you a thing. Zip. Zilch. Nada. It’s a no brainer. With no obligations following your assessment, you have nothing to lose and so much to gain.
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