EMO Energy an Energy Star Partner
The Maryland Chapter of the USGBC has recognized the Health Care for the Homeless project and Evergreen Elementary School with the 2009 Awards for New Construction and Schools and Universities, respectively. EMO performed energy modeling and commissioning services for Health Care for Homeless, and commissiong, energy modeling, and daylighting analysis for Evergreen. (learn more about Health for the Homeless) (view Evergreen case study) (other winners)
Health Care for the Homeless and Evergreen Elementary School Win 2009 Awards
EMO is An Approved Energy Auditor for the Green Grant Rental Housing Preservation Program
In partnership with the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA), the Green Grant reimburses eligible applicants for costs associated with Energy Audits for affordable multifamily rental property in Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Cecil, Frederick, Harford, Howard, Prince George’s or Saint Mary’s Counties. (learn more) or (contact EMO)
1225 Connecticut Avenue Achieves LEED-CS Platinum CertificationEMO performed sustainable design consulting and energy modeling for 1225 Connecticut, a 242,000 square foot office building near Dupont Circle in Washington, DC. It is the second LEED for Core & Shell building in Washington, DC to receive Platinum certification, and the first that was redeveloped.... (view case study) (Washington Business Journal article)
EMO is now approved as a Pepco Trade Ally in support of Pepco’s Commercial & Industrial Energy Efficiency Incentive Program in the District and Maryland.
You don’t have to be a Trade Ally to do so, but we can help identify potential utility rebates for anything with a payback greater than 1.5 years and can help your organization fund these measures and projects. Each Pepco customer is eligible for up to $250,000/yr per year for 3 years for energy efficiency improvements. So far, EMO has helped identify and earn pre-approval for approximately $77,325 in rebates and incentives for energy projects and facility improvements for PEPCo clients in the D.C. - Maryland region.