Our 3-tier system provides best practices for developing energy cost savings. Every business should start with Tier 1, saving money without spending any. From there, tiers 2 & 3 present cost-saving opportunities that involve different levels of complexity and commitment, and establish implementation plans to maximize savings and ROI. Whether your goal is to cut costs, cut carbon, or create Grid Ready facilities, our best practices framework produces winning strategies every time!

Tier 1

Tier 2

Tier 3

A unique strategy for every facility

  1. Not only should every business have a unique strategy, but each of its facilities should too. TEG will uncover unique opportunities across your organization and present them to you as a three-tier strategy.
  2. From there, TEG will work with you to determine the project scope, selecting the right tier to match your utility cost and carbon goals with your financial and operational needs.

Get TEG on your team and start saving with no investment at all.

Tier 1

Building the best strategy involves having a great understanding of the market and a deep understanding of your business. Within a Tier 1 Strategy, TEG uncovers unique opportunities to cut your costs without spending money.

Tier 2

In Tier 2, TEG recommends low-cost investments to leverage outsized savings across your operation. Tier 2 relies on the foundational discoveries made in Tier 1.

Tier 3

Beyond the scope of tiers 1 & 2, Tier 3 helps you leverage better returns from energy infrastructure projects and new construction. The Virtual Energy Manager provides continuous monitoring, ensuring you are on target with your energy goals.

Knowledge of the Market

If you’re looking to cut costs, cut carbon, or create Grid Ready facilities, don’t start with a preferred product or project, start by understanding the supply side of the energy market. Effective utility strategies aren’t bought, they’re built by answering two questions: what are the rules, regulations, and rates and how do they work? What unique opportunities are available to a specific facility based on these market forces?

Knowledge of the Client

The relationship between the supply and demand side of the energy market, the utility provider, and the client is critical when developing effective utility strategies. TEG develops a complete picture of how client costs are determined and what operational and market dynamics influence those costs. Understanding this relationship allows TEG to identify which projects and initiatives will produce the best outcomes and the best returns.

Knowledge of Market + Knowledge of Client = Effective Utility Strategy

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Not A Product.

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