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Energy Management

Clean Energy Coalition delivers energy management solutions for municipalities. Our services include:

Municipal Building Energy Assessments

Using a variety of measurement and analytical tools, our team identifies opportunities to reduce energy use and energy-related costs in buildings. Our energy assessments have resulted in significant reductions in energy consumption – sometimes as much as 40% – and dramatic savings in operating expenses. We make recommendations based on return on investment and the availability of incentives and rebates. For more information, see the Commercial Energy Assessments page.

Municipal Renewable Energy Assistance

Our energy assessment staff provides expert solar consultation services through identifying proper installation location, system size, and expected energy production. Thorough site assessments can help avoid costly design mistakes, making them a critical first step before beginning installation work.

Community Energy Manager

Our team serves as municipal energy managers for communities who need assistance with implementing programs in order to reach energy reduction goals. We work to identify efficiency, renewable energy, and funding opportunities. We also assist in resolving utility billing issues; implementing programs, projects, and pilots; and tracking the impact of sustainability efforts. We customize our role based on client needs. Our team can be on-site or work remotely; we can act as an energy manager or support existing staff.

Energy Program Design and Implementation

Clean Energy Coalition builds and launches energy programs that support municipalities’ plans to reduce energy use. Based on our clients’ priorities, we create plans that identify goals and the tactics needed to make them a reality.

For an example of our energy program design work, see a2energy.org.

Utility Analysis

Our staff acts as a utilities advisor for municipalities. We help municipalities understand energy use, through our evaluation of utility data, and make recommendations for improvements.