We have taken distinct measures to provide consulting and advisory council for clients that are interested in evolving their energy usage and efficiency to reduce their overall energy expenses. We specialize in complex energy project management and emergency management services. Our engineering department is poised to address customized concerns involving installations of cutting edge technology associated with clean energy initiatives as well as tailored designed energy management systems. We serve on the MIT Educational Counsel and have served as consultants to the Massachusetts Instititute of Technology Energy Initiative (MITEI). We have been successful in leveraging the research and development of renewable energy solutions that will help businesses reduce their overhead expenses for the long term. Energy Deregulation Services (Electricity and Natural Gas)
In 2011, Congress passed the federal law that mandates the deregulation of energy sources of natural gas and electricity. This deregulation law specifically affects the energy distribution of the suppliers now giving choice to the consumers of whom they get their energy sources from. Jwahir has incorporated a teaming agreement with partners who are primed to support commercial and federal consumers who are looking to take advantage of this initiative as the states pass how to administrate it through their legislation. As a result, we help small businesses purchase their power in the same manner that big businesses do. Customers can now opt to pay different rates based on when they use power and/or get paid for using less power during peak periods. Our team guides our customers through the ornery process of filtering through the suppliers available to narrow down to the supplier with excellent customer services, most competitive rates, and best deals on the market. The additional services we provide are energy brokering & load aggregation, long term wholesale procurement planning, and onsite solar installations. LED Lighting and Onsite Solar Installations Jwahir and its partners are in position to help support businesses and federal government agencies who are currently programming into their budgets or preparing to execute their budgets for an acquisition of new lighting for their facilities.
Congress passed a new energy law that calls for the phasing out of the incandescent light bulb over 60 watts which took effect in 2012. As a result of the American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009, the new LED light bulb has been created to satisfy the following requirements:
0 Reduce energy intensity and greenhouse gas emissions
o Increase the use and efficiency of renewable energy technologies
o Adopt sustainable design practices
o Reduce petroleum use in federal fleets
o Alternative to incandescent and fluorescent light sources and do not contain mercury
LED light sources contain no mercury and only produce 4 watts of energy providing a tremendous cost savings as over 30% of energy costs are electricity related. These installations of both LED lighting and onsite solar will increase our customers bottom line and net operating income.