Recent increases in electricity rates – though problematic for operating budgets – drive greater ROI on energy savings Performance Contract projects, potentially generating paybacks in as little as 5-7 years.
One way to address deferred maintenance and capital needs is through Energy Performance Contracting. In fact, the DOE recommends ESPC as the preferred approach to school facility modernization for five important reasons.
The summer months are a perfect time to start the GESA process, because initial facility assessments won't disrupt students.
GESA/Performance Contract legislation is more than a budget-neutral approach to energy-efficiency projects at your facility. It’s a highly-efficient tool to fund capital projects, like these 25 ideas for facility improvements.
CM3 Building Solutions, Inc. has announced that it is approved as a Trade Ally with five New Jersey utility providers as part of the New Jersey Clean Energy Program. This approval enables CM3 to operate as an approved vendor to administer all the Energy Rebate Programs for these five utility providers.
CM3 Building Solutions was recently awarded a Vendor Contract for Energy Savings Performance Contracts by The Interlocal Purchasing System (TIPS).
The Guaranteed Energy Savings Act provides PA entities with energy savings through facility modernization projects, but it also provides additional benefits, such as equipment standardization, project efficiencies, and lower costs.
CM3 is now certified by the Department of Energy's (DOE) Federal Energy Management Program as a Qualified Energy Service Company (ESCO).
ESSER Funds have provided a much needed opportunity for facility modernization that can deliver a healthier environment for students and staff. Where does the GESA process fit in that opportunity and how do schools best utilize their funds for healthy buildings improvements? We answer the most commonly asked questions here.