Inspecting equipment

SEDAC provides a variety of energy saving programs for both new and existing buildings, as well as information and education for building owners and operators to maximize energy savings.

SEDAC training

SEDAC supports energy efficiency program implementation through program design and delivery that emphasizes effective customer support for energy saving measures.

SEDAC group photo

SEDAC's goal is to reduce the energy footprint of the State of Illinois.

Announcements

SEDAC is offering retro-commissioning (RCx) for non-residential facilities (private and public sector) in Ameren Illinois territory. RCx seeks to improve how building equipment and systems operate, reducing energy use by 10-20%.  

From now until December 31, 2018, SEDAC is offering a limited number of energy assessments for public sector facilities in Ameren Illinois territory, at no cost to the customer, through the Ameren Illinois Energy Savings Program. Act now to get a SEDAC energy assessment! 

Attend SEDAC's upcoming Energy Code workshops October 11, 2018 in Bloomington, IL, November 9, 2018 at the University of Illinois Chicago, and December 7, 2018 in Wheaton, IL! 

About SEDAC Video

Take a look at this short video to get an idea of what SEDAC can do for clients.  There are more videos on our YouTube channel

Public Sector Services

water treatment

The Illinois EPA is teaming up with SEDAC and the Illinois Sustainable Technology Center to help municipalities reduce the cost of wastewater treatment through free energy usage assessments. Apply now!

Berwyn Park District

SEDAC provides services and resources to help park districts save energy and money.

library

SEDAC offers resources and services to help libraries save energy and money. 

Will County Forest Preserve

SEDAC helps counties save energy and money by identifying energy savings measures in their facilities. 

Harper College

SEDAC offers services and resources to help community colleges save energy and money. 

Case Studies

Woodridge_ARC

How do you build a new facility in an environmentally sustainable and fiscally responsible way? An energy efficient building design is key. Woodridge Park District reached out to SEDAC for help in making their Athletic Recreation Center more energy efficient to reduce operating costs. Energy cost savings from the implemented measures are saving the Park District $40,000 a year.