Energy Management

Full lifecycle support for healthcare related facilities from concept to completion to maintenance, through managing, facilitating, modernizing, and optimization.

Energy saved today is an asset for your future

VWI Energy Management solutions support our clients need to meet complex building environmental control requirements and facility operational challenges to deliver efficient and effective work spaces. Our energy management solutions for newly constructed or renovated buildings ensures your capital investment results in demonstrated increased savings. VWI helps facility manager’s excel and be recognized for great outcomes. VWI develops and employs unique perspectives and processes for systems optimization. Our approach is tailored to the age and condition of the building. Timely inclusion of VWI in the project team allows us to assist in identifying and resolving energy issues during design or construction of new facilities. Ongoing support services involve remediating issues that have developed during the building’s life.

VWI solutions improve our clients’ bottom line by reducing utility consumption while improving comfort and indoor air quality. VWI professionals trained eyes and hands on the ground at the right time, probing every dimension of energy use, result in the highest level of optimization, consistency, and savings. Our approach has a proven track record of successfully providing our clients with ongoing annuity savings streams and typically recuperating their initial program costs in under 2 years.

VWI helps ensure our clients follow the guidance and meet the industry standards required to include the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), Department of Energy (DOE) and Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP).

Energy Management Solutions

  • Commissioning and recommissioning activities on new and existing buildings
  • Performance-based verification and optimization of building HVAC systems,
  • Central Utilities Plants (CUPs),
  • District heating and cooling systems and their controls systems.
  • Engineering evaluations for building functionality and system performance.
  • Optimal operational parameters/schedules are developed based on actual building conditions and current occupancy requirements.
  • Energy savings measurement and verification (M&V) performed in accordance with the International Performance Measurement and Verification Protocol (IPMVP).

“We are already seeing the payback in the first six months since you completed your assessment. We would like you to do more sites”