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Assess & Identify

Assess energy use and identify areas where energy is being wasted with an NES Energy Audit
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Map A Custom Plan

For improvements that reduce energy usage or an onsite power system that replaces purchased energy.
» Energy Improvements

Cost vs. Benefit

NES will prepare a detailed financial feasibility study to determine the Cost vs. Benefit for you.
» Feasibility

Free Energy Audit

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Our Services Help You with...

  • Combined Heat & Power (CHP)

    CHP Systems can produce electricity at a savings over your utility and produce hot water, chilled water or steam to double the efficiency of the system and your savings. [read more...]
  • Energy Efficiency Improvements

    Energy efficient building improvements can produce significant savings in energy bills and can often be implemented at little or no cost through rebates offered through the local utilities as well as government incentives. [read more...]
  • Financing

    We can help you with financing your improvements with third party financing, leases and other vehicles to allow little or no cash investment. [read more...]


  • We couldn't have done our 1MW CHP system without NES and I look forward to working with them on more energy efficiency and onsite power projects at our studio campus.
    Douglas Rheinheimer, CEM, Executive Director, Energy Management & Engineering, Paramount Pictures
  • Clark Construction had a great experience with National Energy Solutions. They did a full range of services for us on solar, energy efficiency and central utility plant upgrades, and cogeneration projects for both new and existing hospitals, colleges, office towers and government facilities. NES services we used included feasibility studies and preliminary design, financial analyses using a range of project finance options, interdisciplinary team development and coordination, permitting support, competitive bidding and technology analyses, and government/utility incentives.
    Marston Smith, Clark Construction Group