RDE provides independent analysis to help end-users, building owners and data center operators understand how they use energy and what they can do to use less.
Throughout our work we strive to distill clear pragmatic advice from technical detail. We have found this to be highly effective in helping decision makers to quickly see both the strength of a business case, and whether a specific energy saving measure makes sense for their current situation.
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CEA, LEED AP BD+C
Energy and Sustainability
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Jack is our Energy and Sustainability Lead. He has over 11 years experience helping clients to reduce their energy costs and environmental impact. During this time Jack has developed global energy performance programs at companies such as Barclays, delivered LEED Platinum Data Centers, and helped both end users and owners in NYC to cut their energy costs. Jack is a Certified Energy Auditor, a LEED AP, and holds an MS (with distinction) in Energy Policy and Environmental Technology from Imperial College London.
Tenants in New York can get 50% off our energy modeling service under the NYSERDA Commercial Tenant Program. This is a great way to deliver high performance (low running cost) tenant space; allowing ideas to be tested out virtually before committing to them in practice.
RDE is an expert on energy modeling of tenant space, and was modeler for three of five pilot projects NYSERDA ran while developing this program:
Energy modeling can be used to achieve up tp 28 points for Commercial Interior projects in LEED v4.
NYSERDA are temporarily doubling their cost-share funding for FlexTech energy studies. Our clients in New York can now get up to 100% off our fees for qualifying energy analysis - inlcuding Local Law 97 Studies. 50% is paid by NYSERDA (as before) with the remaining 50% paid upon installation of one or more measures recommended in the study.
We have Certified Energy Auditors on staff. Between RDE and our international partner hurleypalmerflatt, we have helped drive down energy costs at over 700 buildings worldwide since 2005.
In New York City, buildings covered by Local Law 87 are now required to have energy audits undertaken by a qualified professional (such as a CEA).
Most buildings over 25,000 square feet are now required to:
Penalties for failure to comply can be substantial!
We know NYC buildings, we know the new laws and we know carbon trading.
Check out our Local Law 97 checklist for building owners here.
Get free insights and ideas from our Energy and Sustainability group.