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Energy Management Engineering, Inc. (EME) specializes in the facilitation of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy projects. Over the past 14 years, EME has supported various federal agencies with more than 100 successful projects in excess of $950 million. Our resume includes a diversity of federal clients including: the US Capitol Building, National Archives, National Institute
of Health, NASA, US Army, Army National Guard, US Marine Corps, US Coast
Guard, Dept of Homeland Security, Dept of Labor, Health and Human Services,
Dept of Interior, USGS, USDA, DOE, FBI, GSA, VA, and others.
EME specializes in expediting infrastructure retrofit projects of all kinds. We have a vast array of successful projects as well as an assortment of lessons-learned to help streamline any project that we support. We provide assistance to contracting
officers, facility managers, and their technical teams to implement successful projects at their facilities.
Project Facilitation for federal Energy Saving Performance Contract (ESPC) and Utility Energy Service Contract (UESC) Projects
Renewable Energy project development utilizing PPA and ESA structures Programmatic Support for Agency compliance with federal energy efficiency mandates ESPC & UESC Training for agency Program Managers, Contracting, and Technical teams Measurement and Verification (M&V) compliance with IPMVP mandated protocols.
past performance
EME is a U.S. Department of Energy Certified Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC) Project Facilitation Company and has received two U.S. Presidential Awards for Excellence in Energy Efficiency. Since 1998, EME has assisted our clients with Energy
Savings Performance Contracts (ESPC) and Utility Energy Service Contracts (UESC), including projects utilizing embedded Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) or Energy Services Agreements (ESA). Combining on-site renewable energy systems with traditional
energy efficiency measures has enabled our clients to install equipment retrofits, achieve their energy efficiency reduction goals, and power their loads with renewable energy, all from the project's cost savings.
Wilson Reynolds, Vice President
Energy Management Engineering, Inc.
734 Skyline Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80905