Government

Federal Government and other public facilities are under mandates and executive orders to reduce energy and water consumption and become more energy efficient. Greenpath's Managed Energy Information Services offer a trio of best-in-class services designed to save time and augment your expertise to enable you to realize energy savings as quickly as possible.

Features:

  • Comply with government energy benchmarking, energy efficiency, and energy disclosure laws.
  • Simple, easy-to-interpret daily scorecards to teach building energy use, cost savings, load profiles and peak demand days.
  • Track energy savings performance and detect usage anomalies or areas for operational improvements.
  • Simple-to-use web-based application that learns energy use patterns and consumption in buildings.
  • Award winning Energy Expert software.
  • Automated upload of required data in the Energy Star Portfolio Manager.

Benefits:

  • Comply with benchmarking, energy disclosure, and other energy efficiency laws and madates.
  • Reduce energy waste and costs.
  • Web-based technology tools combine benchmarking, audit and implementation into one approach. This integrated approach offers both time and consumption savings advantage up to 30%.
  • Facilitate the existing building transition to high-performance green building such as LEED, Energy Star, and Green Globes. Studies show that these buildings lease up faster and are able to charge up to 11% higher rates per square foot for green certified buildings.
  • Delivers simple, easy to interpret web-based reports that can be run from anywhere at any time making it easier to manage your portfolio properties across wide geographic areas.
  • Creates an energy model of how your building uses energy and identifies anomolies in energy consumption.
  • Quickly baseline your facility, find real energy savings opportunities and understand the steps to lower energy costs now and keep these savings in the long term.
  • Help tenants understand their energy consumption and compare it against peer facilities.

Case Studies

Oregon Dept. of Administrative Services

Oregon’s Department of Administrative Services (ODAS) is the state’s central administrative agency, responsible for implementing policy and financial decisions made by the Governor and the State Legislature. ODAS sets and monitors high standards of accountability, ensuring that tax dollars are spent efficiently. Their Facilities Division spends about $4 million on electricity annually to power 44 buildings across the state, comprising over three million square feet.