Keeping energy costs under control means constantly looking for ways to be more efficient inside your facility. That’s why Enerlogix will help you determine how efficiently your energy consuming equipment is operating, identifying areas for improvement.


Improving your facility's energy efficiency begins with benchmarking the current state. After all, you can't manage what you don't measure.

The preliminary on-site facility site audit gathers data for all your energy-consuming equipment, tracks hours of operation and details your consumption levels and energy spend. This exercise identifies energy conservation measures that will help you become more efficient, more competitive and provides ongoing operational savings. Our report includes recommended actions, including a project summary list, along with projected costs, available rebates and incentives, as well as a financial analysis based on investment criteria, such as simple payback period, benefit/cost or internal rate of return.


When there is a need to take specific action, we'll help you develop a plan based on your priorities. This plan outlines the final budget for your project and serves as a road map for the implementation of agreed-upon energy conservation/efficiency measures.

To ensure your project is completed on time, within budget and with minimal disruption, Enerlogix Solutions takes care of managing every detail including materials, suppliers and subcontracted labor. We'll even identify and secure all of the federal/state/local/utility incentives, rebates and tax credits you are eligible for. And upon completion, our energy experts oversee the final testing and start-up of the installed equipment to make sure you achieve the expected results.

Ongoing Management

Our solutions provide assurance that your efficiency improvements are achieved month after month. We provide ongoing management and maintenance for projects that have been implemented. We evaluate the changes in your facility, such as hours of operation, building additions, new equipment, routine maintenance schedules and anything that may impact consumption levels. Our energy experts also stay abreast of industry trends and technology, alerting you of new efficiency opportunities.

Common efficiency and conservation opportunities include:

• Lighting and controls (in many cases energy consumption can be reduced over 50 percent)
• HVAC and energy management systems
• Boilers and chillers
• Air compression and motors
• Refrigeration and freezers
• Ovens and kilns
• Heat recovery systems