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Metrus Energy deployed multi-measure energy efficiency retrofits in BAE Systems facilities with no upfront costs using an Energy Services Agreement (ESA).
Financiers are increasingly finding market traction by selling energy efficiency as a service. Going beyond the traditional ESPC approach, new "efficiency as a service" models such as ESA's are serving a wider range of sectors and project types.
Metrus Energy's ESA structure funded 100% of critical facility improvements and equipment upgrades for Kuakini Medical Center with a projected 25% reduction in its total utility bill.
This session explored industry trends and panelists discussed existing and emerging "as-a-service" models.
Metrus Energy reaches efficiency-as-a-service deal with Jack Hebrew Academy with support from Pennsylvania's Green Enegy Loan Fund.
Metrus Energy will save Parrish Medical Center nearly $830,000 annually through energy and water efficiency upgrades using efficiency-as-a-service.
Citi and Metrus Energy partnered on a multi-site, multi-state ESA for a fortune 100 customer.
This toolkit provides resources and project case studies for building owners, operators, and occupants that may want to take advantage efficiency-as-a-service to improve energy and water performance in their facilities.