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Energy as a Service: A New Paradigm for Energy Solutions Procurement

Many large energy consumers, from higher educational campuses to manufacturers, are tasked with addressing their energy consumption with diminishing budgets in the aftermath of a global pandemic. Many of the advanced technologies needed to reduce energy consumption or increase energy resiliency come with financial barriers that stand in the way of progress. How are some campuses making necessary improvements to their energy infrastructure while also addressing their carbon reduction goals? How did they invest in upgrades when there wasn’t a generous budget line item in place? In this session, we will hear directly from an individual who was able to advance the energy efficiency and carbon reduction goals of his campus, using a unique Energy as a Service (EaaS) offering, with no up-front capital provided by his institution. What were the critical first steps? What were the key lessons learned and notable best practices? And most importantly, what were the results of the EaaS project and how has it impacted their planning for tomorrow.
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Leila Dillon, VP & Tim Farkas, Director, Finance @ Ameresco and Dr. Richard Bailey, Pres. Northern New Mexico College
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    Many large energy consumers, from higher educational campuses to manufacturers, are tasked with addressing their energy consumption with diminishing budgets in the aftermath of a global pandemic. Many of the advanced technologies needed to reduce energy consumption or increase energy resiliency come with financial barriers that stand in the way of progress. How are some campuses making necessary improvements to their energy infrastructure while also addressing their carbon reduction goals? How did they invest in upgrades when there wasn’t a generous budget line item in place? In this session, we will hear directly from an individual who was able to advance the energy efficiency and carbon reduction goals of his campus, using a unique Energy as a Service (EaaS) offering, with no up-front capital provided by his institution. What were the critical first steps? What were the key lessons learned and notable best practices? And most importantly, what were the results of the EaaS project and how has it impacted their planning for tomorrow.
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