- The Low Hanging Fruit in Your Commercial Building—How to Upgrade And Consume Energy Intelligently
- CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER OF BRIGHT ENERGY SERVICES APPOINTED BY MAYOR TO THE NEW “SUSTAINABLE WHITE PLAINS” COMMITTEE
- Virtual Audits Uncover Surprising Trends in Building Efficiency
- NYC Local Law 87 2014
- DOUBLE, TRIPLE, AND QUADRUPLE REBATES FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROJECTS – FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY!
Monthly Archives: April 2013
An energy audit is a systematic process of identifying the current equipment in a building, how much energy it uses, the cost to use that energy, and benchmarking it against other buildings of similar sizes and uses. An energy audit … Continue reading
If your facility is located in the five boroughs of New York City and is 50,000 square feet or more, Local Law 87 mandates conducting an energy audit and performing a retro commissioning study of the base building systems. The … Continue reading
What is a CSA? CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. A CSA is an alternative, locally-based economic model of agriculture and food distribution. A CSA is where a farmer offers a certain number of “shares” to the public. CSA members … Continue reading
Tax Time is Over – Start Planning for Next Year. Earn a Significant Tax Deduction for Certain Energy Efficiency Improvements!
The Energy-Efficient Commercial Buildings Tax Deduction (CBTD), which was created by the Energy Policy Act (EPAct) of 2005 and extended by the Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA) of 2007, is scheduled to expire on December 31st of 2013. This … Continue reading
Case Study: Bright Energy Services Manages Major Energy Upgrades for Manufacturing/Warehouse/Office Facility
Bright Energy Services led a team that provided technical and administrative assistance for a company to perform major energy upgrades. Colonial Needle operates two adjoining buildings in White Plains, NY, in which warehouse, office, and light manufacturing activities occur. The … Continue reading
Lighting upgrade projects driven by improvements in technologies that use less electrical energy to generate the same light levels has been a part of the Lighting Retrofit Industry since the early 1990’s. The early utility incentive programs encouraged replacement of … Continue reading
President Barack Obama has made a strong case lately for serious national climate change legislation; that is, rules to incentivize facilities to reduce energy usage and greenhouse gas emissions. With that in mind, new climate and energy legislation was announced … Continue reading