Opportunity for Denver 2030 District members to better understand building energy use

Denver 2030 District is proud to partner with Agilis Energy to offer complimentary high-resolution energy evaluation to two member buildings.

Using the “power” of high interval energy data, Agilis Energy will help two Denver 2030 member buildings find facility operational and equipment issues — much like a doctor uses MRI equipment to diagnose a patient.

“We believe in the mission of Denver 2030 District and are pleased to offer our expertise to their members,” said Joe Hirl, Founder and CEO of Agilis Energy. “Through this partnership, we’ll help two downtown Denver buildings utilize our sophisticated energy assessment platform to identify meaningful ways to cut their energy use and utility bills.”

The Agilis Approach is quick, dynamic, non-invasive and highlights key issues. While the traditional approach uses monthly data, Agilis uses 3,000 times more data to understand and evaluate building performance. Agilis Energy has used its patented, software-based decision support system at thousands of buildings in North & South America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific. In each case, the client was able to more thoroughly understand the building’s behavior and make adjustments to enhance the building’s performance and reduce energy consumption.

If you are interested in this opportunity, contact John Bernhardt at johnbernhardt@2030districts.org. Note that spaces are limited and will be handled on a first-come, first-served basis. The offer is valid through the end of April 2016.

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