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Local governments across the country are under pressure to reduce costs and maximize taxpayer dollars. They must deliver value by ensuring continuity of services and creating robust, safe communities. However, infrastructure is aging, and with local governments challenged to do more with fewer resources, deferred maintenance backlogs are growing. Modernizing infrastructure helps local governments cut operational costs, helping them better serve their community, improve quality of life for their residents, and meet resilience, efficiency, electrification, and carbon targets.
Local governments have a fiscal and social responsibility to ensure the well-being of their community. They also have an opportunity to be leaders in the energy transition. The current landscape provides opportunities for local governments to accelerate the implementation of energy-efficient technologies and infrastructure.
The average building wastes about 30% of the energy it uses, and local governments have an opportunity to address energy conservation and improve efficiency
The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) provides a local fiscal recovery fund of more than $65 billion each to cities and counties to improve infrastructure
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) provides more than $60 billion for state and local governments to address efficiency, resilience, and electrification
While energy and infrastructure upgrades reduce overhead costs, limited budgets and conflicting priorities can restrict spending that doesn’t immediately impact frontline services. Energy Performance Contracts (EPC) help local governments maintain budget neutrality while implementing needed upgrades:
Successful energy and infrastructure upgrades need to achieve the right balance between cost efficiency, resilience, and carbon reduction.
Local governments must consistently demonstrate maximum value for money. Upgrading aging energy assets and infrastructure unlocks long-term savings and spend predictability.
Local governments provide many critical community services. They must enhance energy security to improve resilience against energy supply interruptions, equipment failure, and regulatory risks.
The community’s attitude toward the climate is changing, and the government has set clear net zero goals. Upgrading energy technology is critical to meeting electrification and carbon targets.
We deliver a full range of technologies and services that help local governments reach their energy, electrification, and infrastructure goals. They work together to optimize energy and infrastructure comprehensively, and we deploy them in the proper order for maximum energy savings and carbon emissions reduction.
Reduce energy consumption and costs while promoting active engagement, productivity, and safety.
Improve comfort, morale, safety, and productivity while reducing energy consumption and costs.
Reduce water consumption, minimize wasted water, and lower operational and maintenance expenses.
Minimize heat transfer between interior and exterior spaces by addressing windows, roofing, and insulation.
Automate tasks required to efficiently and cost-effectively operate multiple systems through a single, intelligent system.
Unlock value from rooftops, parking lots, and grounds by generating renewable energy on-site to reduce energy costs.
Store energy in battery energy storage systems to reduce demand charges during peak price times.
Replace conventional heating systems with a low-carbon solution that meets environmental objectives.
Support your constituents with on-site charging, generate revenue, and be more sustainable.
Boost resilience with a secure energy supply that keeps critical citizen services operational at all times.
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