Energy Efficiency is a Growth Industry in a Slow Economy
In a slow economy, becoming energy efficient can put significant dollars back into a company’s bottom line. Denby Energy has just released the first of its kind training program targeted at teaching people and businesses how to use energy efficiency to make money.
“Most businesses know that reducing energy use can save money, but most have no idea how to do it. The result is energy efficiency stays a good idea, but never get’s implemented,” says Michael Denby, the principal behind Denby Energy. “Our training programs teach people how to make money by helping these businesses identify wasted energy and come up with workable solutions.”
It is the first and only program of its kind and focuses on making the over 5.6 million small and medium sized businesses in the United States more energy efficient, putting money back in the owner’s bottom-line while reducing greenhouse gas and global warming.
Denby Energy’s training program offers 5 separate levels of training, starting with a very basic lighting investigation, all the way to a turn-key solution to help individuals learn how to become energy experts and to turn that knowledge into a strong turn-key business.
“It empowers people to make a real impact in reducing wasted energy and to make a living doing it,” says Michael Denby. “There are no education or certification requirements for energy auditing, making it a great opportunity for people to change careers without lag time.”
Denby Energy is a small, privately held company in Scottsdale, Arizona. www.denbyenergy.com.
Setting an example, Denby Energy’s first energy efficiency project identified over $4,000 in energy savings for a Merlin 200,000 Mile Shop. Denby Energy’s second energy audit identified over $10,000 in energy savings for its second energy client. “Even before the second audit was over, the company was asking us to perform an audit on a separate 500,000 sf building they owned,” says Michael Denby. “The client’s really see the value of our service and are quick to find ways to use it to reduce all their energy uses.”
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