SEDAC helps buildings and communities navigate energy efficiency programs, unlock savings opportunities, and implement energy savings measures. Our goal is to help you save energy and money. Partner with us!

Is social distancing making it difficult to engage in energy efficiency?

Many of SEDAC's energy efficiency services are available virtually. We can benchmark facilities, complete utility bill analysis, offer quick advice, review design plans, and even walk through a facility virtually to identify ways you can save energy and money. Read more.

Quick advice

Energy assessments

Retro-commissioning

New construction
design assistance

Benchmarking

Long term energy planning

What SEDAC clients are saying

"SEDAC has been a vital resource in helping us identify ways to save energy and reduce our utility costs, as well as effectively plan our 5 and 20 year capital improvement plan."

The Field Museum

"We can't say enough about the great work the staff at SEDAC does in providing assistance to those of us seeking to increase energy efficiency and reduce utility costs."

John A. Logan College

"As a small county, we did not have the technical expertise on staff to undertake these types of projects without the help of SEDAC. As a result of their assistance, we have saved thousands of dollars in utility bills."

Logan County Board

"Working with SEDAC was simple and everyone there was very friendly and helpful. We were able see an immediate reduction in both natural gas and electricity usage near 30%."

Glenside Public Library

Success stories

Village of Annawan Wastewater Treatment Plant

Most energy assessments identify energy efficiency measures to save facilities between 10% and 30% on annual energy costs. Sometimes the […]

Carbondale City Hall and Civic Center

The City of Carbondale’s City Hall and Civic Center is the heart of Carbondale. The city hall provides office space […]

Pekin Community High School

Since 2013, Pekin Community High School has been working with SEDAC to save energy and money. Measures implemented from a 2013 […]

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