Energy efficiency - and its accompanying emissions reductions - provides a significant opportunity for cost-reductions and environmental responsibility. Gabel Associates provides a full spectrum of services to implement energy efficiency initiatives that allow its clients to realize these dual benefits.
Gabel Associates identifies energy efficiency improvements by conducting comprehensive energy audits at the beginning of project development. Our analysis includes careful forecasts of future energy costs and modeling of efficiency improvements so that feasibility studies do not "overpromise" estimated savings that lead to disappointing results.
Gabel Associates expertise in supply side strategies, economic modeling, environmental issues, financial analysis, energy forecasting and carbon market expertise distinguishes its energy efficiency services. We tackle both the supply and demand side to provide a comprehensive approach to addressing energy needs.
We provide project development services for energy and water efficiency and cogeneration -- from feasibility and plans of finance, to procurement and project management and oversight. Gabel Associates' service offerings span both existing buildings and new construction.
We have provided these services to a wide range of clients including the State of New Jersey, the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission, the Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission, PureEnergy, Revel Entertainment, and many others. Our efforts include assuring that our clients realize all additional revenue opportunities created by their efficiency projects. We uncover all applicable federal, state, and utility incentives for efficiency improvements, advise our clients on the possible sale of the offsets created by their projects, and help our clients take full advantage of opportunities to participate in demand response programs.
Gabel Associates has also assisted clients with the development of strategic energy plans, which explore innovative and creative ways to manage, conserve, and reduce energy consumption. These plans provide an achievable strategic roadmap to guide decisions regarding energy utilization.