Retro-commissioning (RCx) is the fine-tuning of existing buildings and systems to make them operate optimally and more efficiently. Unlike retrofitting which involves replacing outdated equipment, RCx focuses on improving the efficiency of what is already in place.
Through the New Jersey Clean Energy Custom & Prescriptive Programs, customers have both flexibility and variety in the energy efficiency upgrades they can pursue, while still qualifying for significant incentives from their local utility company.
CM3 was awarded the COSTARS-28 Energy Conservation contract by the Pennsylvania Department of General Services.
CM3 was awarded the COSTARS-30 Energy Consulting Contract by the PA Dept. of General Services. The contract award enables CM3 to provide energy consulting services, such as commercial energy audits, utility bill auditing, and energy monitoring under the COSTARS program.
CM3 was awarded the COSTARS-34 Auditorium Contract by Pennsylvania’s Department of General Services (DGS). The contract award enables CM3 to provide auditorium supplies and services under the COSTARS program.
Investing in energy-efficient boilers and rooftop units is financially viable with the New Jersey Clean Energy Program (NJCEP). Under the NJCEP small business direct install program, organizations can qualify for rebates on energy efficient rooftop units and boilers up to 70% and 80% respectively.
Have you heard the term “energy savings performance contract” but are unsure what it is? This tutorial provides a concise overview
With so many states and cities implementing energy benchmarking and reduction goals, monitor-based commissioning has become an area of focus for facility managers.
A quick explanation of M&V as it relates to Energy Savings Performance Contract projects, courtesy of the Department of Energy.