Understand and improve your portfolio's energy performance.
Finding ways to add value to your properties while empowering site staff to solve daily operational problems can be overwhelming. It is easy to get frustrated, and de-prioritize sustainability efforts, when faced with inexperienced contractors, project delays, unforeseen budget increases, rising interest rates, and a volatile energy market.
But it does not have to be that way. Bright Power can unlock new value for your properties by managing energy and water across your portfolio. With our comprehensive approach and on-the-ground experience, we minimize headaches for you so that you can focus on your core business.
How we do it: Find, Fix, Follow. We Find energy and water waste using utility analytics. We Fix buildings to perform optimally via turnkey energy project implementation, streamlining the process so you can realize savings sooner. And we Follow the data to ensure every project achieves—and continues to achieve—its financial and sustainability targets.
Whatever your goals—improve net operating income, establish budget certainty, improve tenant health and comfort, secure competitive green financing, be a sustainable real estate leader or generate power on-site—we have all the tools to help.
Our Existing Building Services
- Benchmarking, Analysis & Monitoring with EnergyScoreCards
- Competitive Energy Supply Purchasing
- Energy Audits & Feasibility Studies
- Energy Efficiency Consulting
- Turnkey Design-Build Project Implementation
- Systems Commissioning
- Rehabilitation Consulting
- Incentive Program Management
- Green Building Certification Services
- Solar PV Feasibility Studies, Design & Installation
- Battery Storage Feasibility Studies, Design & Installation
- Cogeneration Feasibility Studies, Design & Installation
- Real-time Energy Management with MoBIUS®
- Loan/Financing Assistance
River Park Towers
River Park Towers, a two-tower 1,654-unit low-income housing in the Bronx, had energy problems that were severely impacting energy consumption, tenant comfort, and cost. When Hurricane Sandy hit, the lack of backup power was dangerous to tenants and building operations.