Nativus Energy works with municipalities, indigenous communities, school districts, commercial real estate agents and owners, facility managers, restaurants, small business owners and tenants, to develop and implement energy efficiency solutions that reduce environmental impact and operating costs. Strategies and plans for everything from single structures to mulit-site enterprises.
In todays market place, businesses are taxed with corporate mandates to become more sustainable and reduce operating costs. These mandates can be addressed by an energy audit through the (ECM) energy conservation measures outlined with the audit.
ENERGY MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Our Energy Management Information Systems enable facility managers and owners to see the real time energy use within their building assets right down to the circuit level while providing continuous measurement and verification.
ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLANS AND POLICY'S
Integrated energy management plans and policies are developed to create corporate goals and objectives for sustainability and energy conservation.
As business' and communities move towards increasing their sustainability and reducing their environmental footprint, a greater effort is needed for tracking and reporting to executives, share holders, and the communities they serve.
Before proposed projects are deployed, our feasibility studies evaluate business as usual vs the contemplated energy conservation project.
RE-COMMISSIONING and RETRO-COMMISSIONING
These commissioning processes recalibrate a building to reduce costs through improved energy efficiency and reducing their carbon footprint.
As the Owner’s Agent we act as an extension of the Owner’s staff advising and representing the Owner from the earliest stages of the project, starting with project concept through bidding, construction and commissioning.
UTILITY BILL MANAGEMENT
Utility bills hold significant amounts of useful data. With centralized collection and analysis, utility bill data can identify and provide clarity to energy consumption trends, cost factors, outlier facilities.