Leadership in energy and water management is not just expected but required of federal facilities to demonstrate stewardship of resources, respect for taxpayer dollars, promotion of new technologies, and greater infrastructure security. A variety of government agencies, programs, and Executive Orders provide direction, technical support, and financing options for energy and water projects. The federal sector has tapped H2O's water and energy expertise for military, research, and production facilities in the US and overseas.
The recently re-authorized Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC) program extends funding for federal conservation projects, and expands the qualifying scope of these projects to specifically include water and wastewater measures. As a subcontractor to ESCO's and other authorized agents, H2O develops complex, innovative projects within the performance contracting framework, and often does so at facilities that have already implemented one or more phases of water and energy management.
Our team develops complex projects that extend far beyond the standard water conservation scope. That is why H2O is one of the nation's recognized leaders in providing "out of the box" water/wastewater cost reduction measures. These include:
In addition, H2O can provide a number of energy conservation measures, if desired by the ESCO.
H2O's capabilities provide greater scope than other water contractors. If you're not using H2O, you may be leaving money on the table.
Why include water measures in your scope?
With H2O on the team, ESCO's can help their customers meet federal policy objectives.
Phase II Projects