Energy Efficiency as a Service

Five challenges building owners face

Energy Efficiency as a Service (EEaaS) is a solution that delivers all the benefits of equipment upgrades — including lower maintenance costs, improved reliability/resiliency, reduced energy use, and happier occupants — without the headaches of ownership. It enables building owners to overcome a range of common challenges, including:

  • Capital constraints
  • Sustainability targets
  • Rising energy costs
  • Deferred maintenance
  • Project risk

Energy efficiency solutions compared

Through EEaaS, Metrus Energy provides a solution that eliminates the barriers and negative impacts that come with self funding.

Benefits of Energy Efficiency as a Service:

  • Zero upfront cost, with no new debt
  • Painless project delivery
  • Cash flow positive upon operation
  • EEaaS provider assumes project risk and monitors ongoing performance
  • Customer pays only for realized savings

Disadvantages of self-funding:

  • Diverts capital from core business
  • Limits project scope and flexibility
  • Shifts project risks to customer
  • Increases risk of missing budget, schedule, and carbon targets
  • Places more burden on building operations staff

Want to learn more? Check out the free white paper by Guidehouse.

Click below to request the free white paper by the consulting firm Guidehouse that investigates the reasons why Energy Efficiency as a Service (EEaaS) has become such a popular solution for companies and institutions that seek to reduce energy costs, upgrade equipment, and meet sustainability targets without draining capital budgets or taking on debt. The paper highlights the advantages that customers gain by contracting with an EEaaS provider to own the solution, not the equipment — eliminating the burden of developing, financing, and managing complex energy systems.

Contact us for a free copy of the Guidehouse White Paper.