EffectivEnergy Solutions is a unique and experienced engineering firm specializing in the reduction of energy consumption.
We provide practical engineering solutions and support to our clients in the commercial industry. Effectiv specializes in producing customized Master Energy Plans - a long term approach to reducing energy consumption and maximizing sustainability. These unique energy reduction plans leverage applicable government incentives and tax credits to increase savings. We pride ourselves in unparalleled customer service; allow us to stay involved and we'll ensure your energy savings preserve and even improve, far beyond initial implementation.
We'll meet with you to fully understand your energy objectives and your buildings’ function and purpose. Our energy auditors then develop a clear and complete model of your facility’s unique energy usage and environmental footprint.
Our energy incentive specialists find and apply the applicable government and utility incentives and tax credits. We then design and develop unique, cost saving solutions that are right for you.
Our energy consultants compile and present your custom Energy Reduction Plan, showing you how to save 25% within the first three years of implementation. Allow us to stay involved and we'll ensure your energy savings preserve and even improve, far beyond initial implementation.
Bob is a Professional Engineer with over 40 years of experience in the design and management of energy efficiency solutions for industrial and large commercial facilities. He studied mechanical engineering at the University of Notre Dame and spent 23 years with York International. Bob has provided energy efficiency consulting to some of the largest energy users on the east coast, including Miami International Airport, Atlanta Hartsfield Airport, Atlantic City Central Energy Plant, University of Pennsylvania and Kodak Park. Bob is a an AEE Certified Energy Manager (CEM) and Certified Energy Procurement Professional (CEP). He is also a Technical Service Provider (TSP) for the United States Department of Agriculture. He has served as a chapter president for ASHRAE and has extensive knowledge within the mechanical and energy engineering industries. Bob is creative and innovative and has been at the forefront of energy conservation from its very early days.
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