If you want to save energy and money but aren't sure where to start, apply for an energy assessment. SEDAC energy assessments give you the independent, expert advice you need to make your facility more energy efficient. SEDAC energy assessments typically identify energy savings measures that have potential annual cost savings of 10-30%.
Who we serve
SEDAC provides energy assessments for the following facilities, at no cost to the consumer:
All other facilities. If you are not eligible for a free energy assessment, we can still provide an assessment for your facility. We'd be happy to discuss rates with you and craft a proposal that fits your needs and budget. We can also refer you to other available energy assessment programs in your area.
Fill out SEDAC's application to get started. We'll follow up within two business days to connect you with the SEDAC service that meets your needs.
Questions? Contact SEDAC at 800.214.7954 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about our services.
What does a SEDAC energy assessment entail?
A SEDAC energy assessment includes a site visit and consultation. SEDAC will examine major building components including the building envelope, lighting, heating, ventilating, and cooling systems. An energy assessment also typically includes a utility bill analysis and benchmarking to see how your building's energy use compares to other similar buildings.
SEDAC will provide a report with a list of recommendations that the facility should consider to save energy and money. We will identify specific opportunities for taking advantage of energy efficient technologies and building design techniques. SEDAC staff and the participant can determine any needs for further program services.
SEDAC can provide some high potential buildings with a more in-depth analysis, including a life cycle cost analysis, to identify specific cost effective energy cost reduction measures and potential savings. These assessments include results and analyses that employ energy simulation software. A cost-benefit analysis for upgrades will prioritize the recommendations.