Regulation Compliance

Lead the pack towards efficiency and sustainability in buildings.

The Issue of Our Generation

Carbon emissions are an issue that affects us right now and will continue to affect us. Our entire way of life has been built assuming a consistent, generally predictable climate. With that being disturbed, we will be confronted with a high price to pay. Drought, extreme weather, massive human displacement, and conflict are some of the present and forecasted effects of this disturbance. It is critical that the buildup of CO2 in the atmosphere be reversed so that we can escape some of these consequences.

“Our system cuts into the most energy intensive activity in buildings helping you lower your energy usage while keeping a comfortable indoor air temperature.”
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Stopping the Spread

Recognizing the urgency of the problem, governments on all levels have begun to institute efficiency standards and regulations regarding energy usage and efficiency. Much of electricity we consume comes from CO2 producing sources. In addition to transitioning towards renewable energy, part of the goal is to reduce current energy consumption and increase efficiency. In addition to standards put forth by the United States federal government, California has adopted strong legislation with these goals in SB350 which was signed into law in 2015. And in 2016, the state tied with Massachusetts to gain the top spot in the State Energy Efficiency Scorecard published by the ACEEE. 2010 was the last year it occupied the top spot. With more aggressive legislative action, and states competing for efficiency, regulation compliance for organizations is becoming a larger concern.

 

There are also third party organizations that are aimed at incentivizing a more speedy transition towards sustainable energy solutions. LEED, 2030 Districts, and many others are examples of major initiatives that hope to make a positive impact. There are benefits for entities to fulfill the goals of these initiatives such as certification, tax credits, and enhanced public image.

How We Help

We can help you meet regulation compliance. Our system cuts into the most energy intensive activity in buildings helping you lower your energy usage while keeping a comfortable indoor air temperature. Cutting energy use requires sacrifice implying a change in behavior. But with our system you won’t need to sacrifice the indoor climate you’ve come to expect. Instead, you can expect an even more comfortable indoor environment while saving a ton of energy.

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