When you decide to embark on a capital-intensive energy improvement – such as installing solar, cogeneration, a new HVAC system, a fuel conversion or a resilient back-up system – it is critical to ensure that the solution will work for your building, before spending a lot of money on detailed engineering. Additionally, myriad programs from governments and utility companies exist to provide incentives for specific technologies in specific configurations.
A Bright Power feasibility study will determine whether a given strategy or technology is right for a particular building, and, if so, the most practical way to implement it, both technologically and financially.
Hudson Companies engaged Bright Power to make their new construction project efficient and affordable from the start. By conducting a feasibility study prior to the design phase, we were able to determine that not only was a solar installation possible, it would also be able to cover 80% of common area utility costs.