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 ALTERNATE  UTILITY  RATES
               

         Energy Procurement,  Special Metering

 
   

 Supply-Side Energy Management Savings
 

FACILITY UTILITY ANNUAL SAVINGS UTILITY SAVINGS
 TO DATE 
Entertainment Natural Gas $3,600 $3,600
Rubber Processing Electricity $3,700 $3,700
Banquet Center Electricity $5,800 $5,800
Office Building Electricity $8,500 $8,500
Hotel Electricity $22,000 $22,000
Supermarket Natural Gas $1,400 $29,400
Banquet Center Electricity $2,300 $39,100
Office Building Natural Gas $1,800 $39,600
Hotel Natural Gas 50,000 $50,000
Supermarket Natural Gas $3,500 $63,000
Church Electricity $6,000 $66,000
Hotel Natural Gas $110,000 $110,000
Restaurant Electricity $7,000 $126,000
Hotel Electricity $18,000 $144,000
Manufacturer Electricity $9,000 $162,000
Hotel Electricity $16,000 $256,000
Hotel Electricity $20,000 $300,000
Hotel Group Natural Gas $318,000 $318,000
Church Electricity $53,000 $636,000
Hotel Electricity $96,000 $1,728,000

 

bulletSupply-Side EM savings are due to 3rd party 'energy commodity'
contracts, alternate EDC or LDC rates and/or special utility metering
 
bulletSome projects involved Supply-Side EM ECMs only and others involved
a combination of Supply-Side and Demand-Side ECMs.
 
bulletTEM does not take a percentage of the utility savings under so-called
'no cost' utility savings programs. Our clients received 100% of these savings!
 

  While 'shared savings' contracts can be more popular at the beginning of an EM project,
  they always cost clients more money (reduce the client's net savings), require
  involve complex measurement & verification services (M & V) and can negatively
  affect consultant /client relationship. For these reasons, they are usually not
  recommended. The exception to this would be a formal performance contracting
  agreement in which the Energy Services Company (ESCO) makes significant capital
  investments in client's buildings at the ESCO's expense and risk.
 

  Please call if you have questions about utility rates and your opportunity
  for utility cost savings.