Government leaders can implement projects to meet their energy and sustainability goals while making their buildings more resilient.
As the need for sustainable and environmentally-friendly buildings become more necessary, TEN can help buildings reduce their carbon footprint while also saving money in energy costs.
Success in federal projects combine the need for energy savings with improving facility infrastructure and increasing resiliency. TEN can help facilities become more resilient, reduce their carbon footprint and save energy costs.
As a U.S. Department of Energy Qualified ESCO and NAESCO Accredited Energy Service Provider, TEN has the qualifications and capabilities to implement energy efficiency and resiliency solutions for federal facilities to meet their energy-related goals and infrastructure needs. TEN offers several contracting options to execute projects with the federal government, which can be used to leverage appropriations or third-party financing to pay for them. Federal contract options include:
Utility Energy Services (UESC)
Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPC)