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Have an existing building project?

Schedule a FREE energy audit, find valuable incentives and become business energy smart.

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Existing buildings

Our energy-efficient technologies, intelligent systems design, and comprehensive energy improvements can transform your existing facility – and your business.

Here's how it works

  • 1

    Schedule an energy audit.

    Fill out the simple form on this page for a no-obligation FREE energy assessment for your project. Did we mention it is FREE?

  • 2

    Professional energy review.

    A team of professionals visits your project to review it’s current or potential energy use through an energy assessment. They find ways to save money through valuable personalized incentives.

  • 3

    Save energy, and money.

    Use the professional energy assessment and personalized incentives to improve your project’s bottom line!

See available incentives

Incentives are completely customized based on your project. See just how many ways to save money are available.

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What's reviewed in a business energy assessment?

Get on a path to improving your business's bottom line.

  • Lighting and advanced controls

    A review of all internal and external lighting solutions to assess opportunities for technology upgrades.

  • HVAC Systems

    A review of all heating and cooling systems to assess opportunities for equipment upgrades.

  • Energy Management Systems

    A review of current controls to assess opportunities for systems upgrades.

  • Water Heating Systems

    A review of all water heating solutions to assess opportunities for equipment upgrades.

  • Process Related Equipment

    A review of all process solutions to assess opportunities for equipment upgrades.

  • Refrigeration

    A review of refrigeration systems to assess opportunities for equipment upgrades.

  • Other Opportunities

    A review of all internal custom systems to assess opportunities for improvements.

These businesses saved money by getting energy smart.

  • Treva Restaurant & Bar

    508 ccf in natural gas energy savings annually

    “This program enabled us to buy new, more energy-efficient natural gas equipment to lower maintenance costs and help keep our business and employees safe. Initiatives like this help with our profit numbers at the end of the year.”

    Dorjan PukaChef/Owner, Treva Restaurant & Bar
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  • Gilbertie’s Herb Gardens

    $27,284 in energy cost savings annually

    “Due to these upgrades, we no longer worry about antiquated equipment failing during the cold winter months.”

    Sal GilbertieProprietor of Gilbertie's Herb Gardens
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  • Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce

    $5,169 in energy cost savings annually

    “We are offsetting our operational costs and sharing best practices with our partners so that they can also take advantage of this energy program.”

    Anthony RescignoGreater New Haven Chamber of Commerce President
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  • Hospital for Special Care

    $12,608 in energy cost savings annually

    “We’re trying to get by on a tight budget and these kinds of savings help tremendously.”

    Donald CyrVice President of Facilities
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  • Fairfield Public Works

    $150,244 in energy cost savings annually

    “Providing quality services to our residents in a cost-effective manner is critical to our operations.”

    Edward BomanAssistant Director of Public Works, Fairfield
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  • Quinnipiac University

    $61,702 in cost savings annually

    “We want sustainable options because we recognize the critical role higher education institutions have as environmental stewards.”

    Keith WoodwardAVP-Facilities Operations, Quinnipiac University
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  • Bloomfield Public Schools

    75.2 ccf of natural gas energy savings annually

    “The staff has been thrilled and their work performance has improved due to the newfound confidence in the equipment they’re using.”

    Jay RawlinitisAssistant Food Service Director for Bloomfield Public Schools
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