Energy Management Solutions
If you could cut your energy bill by 40% or more every month, what would it mean to you?
Wasmer Energy Management Solutions produce real results: 37% of companies are seeing profit derived solely from properly managing their energy usage. In fact, 50% of have completely changed their business models as a result of sustainability opportunities.
Energy Efficiency Consultants and Professional Engineers don’t just sell lights. Professionally trained and certified experts design integrated systems to meet the needs of your facility, whether it is a warehouse, manufacturing area, inspection area, office area or any other indoor or outdoor need.
Your Wasmer Company Professional Energy Efficiency Consultant works with you to design and implement the best solution for your situation. Our goal is to help you create a work environment that increases productivity, improves efficiency and safety, while maximizing your savings. Your business is not one-dimensional.
Why settle for one size fits all in your energy management solutions?
Having an energy audit performed by certified Energy Efficiency Consultants and Professional Engineers ensures that you receive the energy saving solution that best fits your needs.
Power monitoring is one of the fastest ways to realize cost savings of all of the measures recommended in your energy audit.
Using highly efficient energy controls, your building becomes both “smart” and efficient. Automated building controls remove the guess work and human error that previously made energy savings inefficient.
Studies reveal there is a significant cost savings difference between low, medium and high quality lighting. And while any lighting upgrade may save you money in the short term, a properly designed system with automation controls mean long-term savings to your bottom line.
Experienced lighting designers utilize best practices in lighting design and controls resulting in up to 50 percent energy savings over standard retrofit projects.
Compressed air systems are often the largest demand -use of electricity in a manufacturing plant. They can be a significant source of wasted energy. By properly managing them, you can quickly make substantial savings in energy costs.