During the design phase of projects, the E-Team works with the relevant utility companies to determine the incremental capital cost difference between a design that meets the state building code for energy efficiency and a design that exceeds the building code requirements. DCAM or the Facility and the utility company(s) then execute on agreement committing the utility to fund a portion of the incremental cost.
The E-Team has applied its experience with utility-funded design programs to work with agency staff to incorporate energy efficient measures into design, even if utility funding is not available.
The E-Team can also assist State Agencies with obtaining utility incentives for small stand alone energy projects, which are particularly suited for facilities or buildings under 50,000 sq. ft.
To determine your State Agencies potential to be a part of this program, email or call Jim Freeley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-727-4030 ext 239.
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This information provided by the Division of Capital Asset Management.