What type of commercial solar installation is right for your business? Our expert team of solar project designers and engineers will examine your company's facilities to determine the right approach. We manage and streamline the entire commercial solar process—from the initial evaluation and financing, to construction and maintenance—to maximize savings for your organization.
LED lighting solutions can drastically reduce energy consumption. LED lights typically require 50-60% less energy than fluorescent tubes or incandescent bulbs.
Our teams of experts will assess your business’ energy needs to identify an LED lighting solution that best suits your goals and budget. We partner with you from start to finish, removing stress and confusion from the process.
Take complete control of your energy usage with an Energy Management System (EMS).
Why Choose an Energy Management System?
MANAGE ENERGY CONSUMPTION
Optimize HVAC while maximizing comfort
Minimize vacancy hour waste
Eliminate unoccupied energy waste
MEASURE ENERGY USAGE
Understand your energy profile
Monitor total energy and critical branch loads
Summarize data and drill down deeper as needed
MINIMIZE DOWN TIME
Monitor performance 24/7/365
Alert to possible maintenance needs
Set alarms for system failures that alert management and maintenance personnel
Establish remote controls to ensure maximum flexibility in operations
A comprehensive energy audit conducted by a team of Helios Energy™ management professionals is the first step in identifying potential savings for your company or facility. This is done by establishing an energy baseline that highlights opportunities for consumption reduction and the potential for solar power production. Our process is simple yet comprehensive and tailored to meet your specific business needs.
Make your commercial HVAC system as energy efficient as possible with our retrofitting services.
When thinking about how their buildings consume energy, most of our clients immediately think of lighting, water heating, and plug loads as the major energy users. While these are all major energy users, the reality is for most commercial buildings in the United States that HVAC (cooling, heating, and ventilation) is the largest energy-user.
HVAC equipment in a typical commercial building is 44% of total energy consumption.
While HVAC is the largest energy-user, it also the largest opportunity for significant energy savings. With our unique TotalE Approach, let us help you capture those savings.