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Decarbonization: Meeting Compliance and a New Era of Climate Action

 

As demand continues to grow for cleaner buildings and businesses, it’s critical to have engineering and sustainability experts who can help you pick the most cost-effective solutions. Learn more about decarbonization below:

What does it mean to decarbonize?

The process of retrofitting or replacing existing equipment with systems that use cleaner fuel sources to reduce carbon emissions. While electrification is gaining much attention to decarbonize, there are many strategies that will help, including reducing energy consumption, optimizing operations, and implementing operational strategies like heat recovery.

Why should you decarbonize your building?

  • Increase the financial value of your property or business.
  • Avoid carbon penalties under regulations like New York City’s Local Law 97 (LL97). Carbon compliance is complex, and there are many different compliance paths. We’re experts who can help you select the most cost-effective and efficient path. To learn more about LL97, click here.
  • Increase attractiveness to potential occupants and customers.
  • Reduce operating costs and environmental impact.

What can we do to help you decarbonize?

  • Energy benchmarking and emissions reporting so you know where you stand.
  • Review regulations and local law compliance so we can help you be on the best compliance path.
  • Conduct a detailed study to evaluate your best carbon and energy savings options and develop a cost-effective decarbonization and energy savings roadmap outlining various operations.
  • Design and implement engineering services to help you decarbonize. Our engineers can help you every step of the way, from initial benchmarking, study, and capital planning to design, installation, and incentive recovery.
  • Secure rebates, incentives, and other financing.

Explore a list of our engineering services below:

  • Heating, ventilation, cooling (HVAC), and domestic hot water (DHW) plant upgrade, including electrification and distribution system upgrades
  • Controls & building system automation, including variable frequency drives (VFDs)
  • Solar panels, geothermal, and energy storage
  • Fuel cells and carbon capture technology
  • Heat recovery systems and waste energy transfer (WET) systems
  • Lighting upgrade and controls
  • Building envelope improvement
  • Partial and full electrification, including electrical upgrades. Click here to learn more: Building Electrification | EN-POWER GROUP (enpg.com)

To learn more about how to best decarbonize, contact us:

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To discuss opportunities specific to your needs, contact us at 914.263.1199 or info@enpg.com.