rolling 12 energy analysis

Rolling 12 energy analysis to reduce energy costs

Energy represents 30% of the typical building’s costs and is a property’s single largest operating expense. Thirty percent of the energy consumed in buildings is used inefficiently or unnecessarily.

The escalating costs of energy and increased economic challenges are at the forefront of public and private policy initiatives. Most areas of the country have seen substantial increases in their utility bills, and those bills will remain elevated for the foreseeable future. To more effectively control future increases, building owners and operators must first have a solid understanding of their HVAC cost of ownership.

Do you know what you spend on heating and cooling? Do you believe your energy costs are too high? Thornton Service’s Rolling 12 Energy Analysis creates a baseline of your past energy consumption to assess the general efficiency of your current equipment; this is done by analyzing the past three or more years of utility bills and developing a trend analysis of rolling 12 energy use. Kilowatt consumption and dollars per square foot costs are graphed, allowing Thornton Service to assess the condition and operation of a building’s HVAC systems and look for ways to reduce an organization’s energy costs.

Here you’ll find sample Kilowatt Consumption and Dollar per Square Foot charts:

Contact Thornton Service for a baseline of your company’s energy consumption and resulting utility costs.