Financial Analysis and Incentives Services
From Energy Management
Life Cycle Cost-Benefit Analysis (LCCBA)
LCCBA is an analytical financial tool used to assess the total cost of facility ownership, reflecting all the costs of acquiring, owning, and disposing of a building. It is particularly effective when project alternatives that fulfill the same performance requirements but differ in terms of initial costs and operating costs have to be compared in order to select the one that maximizes net savings. We have found this particularly effective in translating investment and operating cost decisions into useful financial metrics for decision-making.
There are many government and utility incentives available for undertaking energy efficiency initiatives. We know when and how to apply for them and this eliminates a lot of time and effort for our clients while ensuring a higher success rate.
Demand Response Programs
Most of hydro utilities operate demand response programs wherein they will pay customers to reduce their hydro usage at certain times when the hydro grid is in maximum demand. We have experience getting companies registered for these programs and devising an energy management plan that will accommodate these times of reduced hydro delivery.