ERS has substantial experience conducting design review and energy efficiency assessments in commercial and industrial facilities. Our team has performed ground-breaking analysis of indoor cannabis cultivation facilities through extensive metering and analysis conducted for National Grid and Efficiency Maine. ERS has completed a wide variety of tasks: toured dozens of cultivation facilities; met with and interviewed cultivators, vendors, designers, and utility program staff; conducted scoping audits of facilities in Maine and Massachusetts; and performed detailed analyses of retrofit and new construction opportunities in support of utility incentive programs. Our work has given us unparalleled insight into the energy dynamics of grow rooms.
For the New York Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), ERS implemented
ERS engaged with the New York Power Authority to complete a Comprehensive Energy Audit with a detailed ASHRAE Level II – Energy Survey and Engineering Analysis at five of their Department of Corrections and Community Supervisions facilities in the New York area. The purpose of this energy audit was to identify Energy Efficiency Measure (EEMs) that would reduce the energy consumption and associated costs due to improved system operations, equipment upgrades, and repairs.