Energy Management Services

Where Will You Find Revenue For Your Next Major Capital Investment?

It’s all around you. It’s in your building’s air conditioning and heating system. It’s in your water heaters. It’s in your faucets and thermostats and lighting fixtures and the weather-stripping around your windows.

Wasted energy and operational inefficiencies throughout your organization can be turned into cash. And we’re not speaking figuratively here. You can have funds now in exchange for the money you save on energy and operating costs in the future, just one of the business advantages of Trane’s Performance Contracting. Here’s how it works.

Leverage Your Future Savings

The value in our Performance Contracting service isn’t simply in predicting what you’ll save by executing those improvements. Essentially, you can fund today’s infrastructure improvements — to your HVAC system, lighting, boilers, roofing and so on — by leveraging your future savings. With our energy management services, Trane will guarantee your energy savings.

Spend now what you’ll save on energy and maintenance later

Energy is the single largest operating expense in a typical commercial building, costing American businesses more than $24 billion a year. With energy’s rising costs, its increasing toll on our environment and today’s historically low interest rates, there’s never been a better time to restore your company’s aging infrastructure.

So consider the energy and manpower wasted in every inefficient furnace, every leaky window, every outdated control, every high volume toilet and faucet, every overpriced utility rate. Think about how you’d rather spend that money. And then call Trane about our energy management services.

Trane is a proud member of the Federal Performance Contracting Coalition (FPCC), a group of Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) advocating for increased federal use of Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPCs). FPCC activities primarily focus on barrier removal and ensuring “more, faster, bigger and better” ESPC projects in the federal ESPC marketplace.