Ensure that what looks good on paper will operate smoothly and cost-effectively once occupied. During the design phase, Bright Power identifies trade-offs that will help you select the best systems and equipment for each new multifamily development.
Energy and water efficient design that boosts net operating income.
Bright Power works with development teams to design innovative, efficient, and high-performing buildings. Throughout the design and development process, we ensure that the right high-performing systems are integrated. Our depth of knowledge and experience with new developments and existing buildings allow us to deliver custom solutions that will work in the real world, not just on paper.
Go beyond high-end fixtures and finishes.
Proven high-performing systems and building components will keep you ahead of the competition. These systems will add revenue and will appeal to the growing number of environmentally responsible residents who expect a healthy and energy efficient home.
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Build in resiliency with solar photovoltaic (PV), cogeneration, and battery storage. Our on-site generation solutions provide savings, increase resident safety, build site resiliency, and keep your building operating during grid outages or blackouts. Bright Power’s Resilient Power Hub integrates all three technologies, thereby increasing their impact. Based on your unique building design, we will recommend the right resiliency solution for you.
From determining which certifications make the most sense for your project to ensuring certification, Bright Power will be there every step of the way. Whether it is Passive House (reduces heating and cooling demand by 90% and energy demand by 75%), Enterprise Green Communities, LEED, or ENERGY STAR, we will perform the rigorous inspections, testing, and verification necessary to achieve certification. Learn more about our green building certification services here.
You’ve put the time—and money—into building your new development. Don’t let the handoff to the operations team diminish the investments you have made in high-efficiency equipment and systems.
Let Bright Power manage the transition and then act as extensions to your team post-occupancy, helping facilities managers react to building systems’ needs and resolving issues before they become critical. Bright Power’s MoBIUS® (Management of Building Information, Utilities, and Systems) and suite of energy management services will protect your new building systems with ongoing commissioning, real-time monitoring, and continuous energy management.
Bright Power presents sustainability plans to lenders that demonstrate long-term financial benefits to each property. With our experience in improving existing buildings, we have the data to prove similar projects’ success. We will provide lenders with data and financial reporting on your behalf.
We understand the ins and outs of state and local sustainability-related incentive programs. With our extensive knowledge of the New York State and New York City incentives, we will find the best programs for your development.
Staying on top of your new building’s performance begins here. Benchmark, analyze, track, and report usage and cost with Bright Power’s EnergyScoreCards platform. Doing so will allow you to understand energy and water performance at the property and portfolio level. With your dedicated Bright Power Energy Analyst and our team of experts, you will make timely, cost-effective decisions that increase savings. Our analytics platform integrates seamlessly with ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager, HUD, financing agencies, Enterprise Green Communities, GRESB, USGBC, and ULI Greenprint, providing reporting, certification submission, and compliance.
Our procurement team helps you take the stress out of energy purchasing by reducing and hedging supply-side costs. Electric and gas purchasing is a fast, easy way for you to take control of your energy costs. With our best-in-class energy market, data science, and project implementation expertise, we can drive your energy purchasing tactics in the context of a larger energy and water strategy.