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NEW ENGLAND REAL ESTATE JOURNAL: Energy Audits Often Fail to Get Things Done (GTD)

Energy Audits Often Fail to Get Things Done (GTD)
Many organizations wishing to become more energy efficient turn to utility company provided energy audits to identify potential savings.  Navigating through available utility audit programs can be a challenge for businesses that have more than one property across multiple utility jurisdictions. Energy audits, while  free to select utility customers, do not offer the promise of meeting energy management goals. A frequently cited maxim by some of our clients is that you get what pay for in terms of quality and customer service.  In addition, audits can often be narrowly focused to specific measures that are rebated by utility funded programs. While rebates can significantly reduce implementation costs, non-incentivized measures, often with very strong investment returns can be overlooked. Other measures that might have strong incentives that are not funded through utility programs like renewable energy technologies can also be noticeably absent from audit reports. Anecdotally in our experience less than 15% of utility identified energy audit identified measures are actually implemented. This is likely because after audits are completed little or no guidance is provided for implementation.
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Many organizations wishing to become more energy efficient turn to utility company provided energy audits to identify potential savings.

 

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LittleFoot Energy Tesla Roadster Sponsorship at NESEA BuildingEnergy to Drive America Green

Thursday, 17 June 2010 09:20

LittleFoot Energy Corporation was a proud sponsor of the Tesla Roadster showcase at the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association BuildingEnergy10 conference at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston, MA on March 9th to March 10th, 2010.

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Free Event: Monday 3/29 930AM @ Seaport Boston - Boston's Business Leaders Sustainability Challenge & Tesla Roadster Launch

LittleFoot Energy would like to invite you to the Seaport World Trade Center Monday morning at 9:30AM, March 29th for the launch of the Boston's Business Leaders Sustainability Challenge.

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Bring the Tesla Motors Roadster to Your Office

Through March 29 LittleFoot Energy is rallying support for the official launch of Boston's Sustainable Business Leaders Network.  To kick things off we'd like to stop by your office for a photo shoot and rides with a lightning quick all-electric Tesla Roaster.

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Video: Executive VP of Polar Beverages, Chris Crowley, on Renewable Energy in Manufacturing

Chris Crowley, Executive VP and Treasurer of Polar Beverages http://www.polarbev.com/, discusses the importance of renewable energy and how green initiatives make good business sense.

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Video: Tedd Saunders on Environmental Measures at The Lenox Hotel And Comfort Inn and Suites Boston

Tedd Saunders, Director of Sustainability for the Saunders Hotel Group http://www.saundershotelgroup.net/ and co-owner of The Lenox Hotel and Comfort Inn and Suites Boston, discusses how the "bottom line of green is black."

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Video: Tyler Fairbank, EOS Ventures, Making Green Happen at Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort

Tyler Fairbank, CEO of EOS Ventures and former VP of Marketing, Sales & Organizational Development at Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort http://www.jiminypeak.com/, describes his green vision, discusses his role in the renewable energy sector, and provides information intended to help other enterprises deploy renewables.

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Video: American Cancer Society's Don Gudaitis on How Green Building Helps Nonprofits Raise Money

Tuesday, 09 March 2010 14:50

Don Gudaitis, CEO of the American Cancer Society New England Division http://www.cancer.org/, discusses the importance of green building and sustainability in relation to the prevention, treatment, and elimination of cancer.

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