Learn more about EES’ past and future of helping reduce energy usage while improving efficiency for their clients
EES has been helping building owners take advantage of free - or nearly free - cooling for many years with hundreds or thousands of dollars per hour in electricity savings by adding a heat exchanger to the HVAC/BMS equipment.
Engineered Energy Solutions offers a unique approach called “SpecDoComm” for structuring profitable partnerships to lower project risk and total cost of ownership for large project bid situations.
Amid pandemic travel restrictions, EES partners with regional system integrators to achieve energy savings for clients across the U.S.
Implementing the reliable control of a Building Management System (BMS) optimized for energy efficient, environmentally friendly infrastructure requires the coordination and connection of all electrical and mechanical components. Whether we are working with a pharmaceutical client on the control of the critical environment of a clean room or working on a complex building management system of a New York City high-rise, EES has a unique methodology to make sure the reliability of the system is nearly fail-safe.
We recently challenged ourselves to quantify how many tons of carbon dioxide EES has prevented from being released into the atmosphere on our clients’ behalf, thus lowering their carbon footprints. Our conservative estimate is that our projects are saving more than 3 ½ tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) every hour! We have optimized and automated over 100,000 tons of refrigeration since we started in April 1976.
To advise our clients, suppliers and business partners of where we are, plan to go, and how we are handling this unprecedented crisis.
First, we hope that all of our clients, suppliers, partners and your families are well.
To our clients:
We are coping with this situation with our full complement of engineers and technicians. Working on projects where allowed, remote monitoring to all existing clients, and advising of any issues.
A picture is worth 1,000 words – right? Our founder, Pat Miller, thought so when he came up with this visual years ago to capture in a picture what our company does, and the benefits clients can realize by leveraging our unique expertise and services. Well, his marketing genius did not work in the above case, but it did gather a lot of attention and questions from those who saw it or those with a ‘?’ on their face! To introduce our blog, we decided to document our historical marketing attempt by bringing our elephant story back to life with an explanation to pay tribute to our founder’s creative efforts.