Under Oncor’s Commercial Energy Audit Program (CEAP), Partner will assess a facility’s energy performance and identify cost-effective energy efficiency improvements, according to Liou.
“An energy audit is a hands-on assessment of a building’s energy usage, its energy using equipment, and building conditions that may cause excessive energy consumption,”
“While the ultimate goal is to reduce energy consumption, an energy audit also can help building owners increase asset value through reduced operating costs and increased revenue,” added Liou.
Governmental, educational, worship, non-profit buildings served by an Oncor meter as well as commercial office buildings with a peak demand less than 250kW are eligible to participate in the no-cost audit program. For non-qualifying commercial buildings, Oncor, which is the largest regulated electric delivery business in Texas, provides a 50 percent cost-share incentive.
Building owners can apply to participate in Oncor’s CEAP program by downloading an application at http://www.takealoadofftexas.com/
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