Posts Tagged: Energy Audit

The Case for ECMs: How Upfront Investments Yield Big Returns

ECMs or Energy Conservation Measures, have the ability to bring big returns to building operating budgets, if correctly implemented and maintained. This was the case for the Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill – in 2014, GHT Limited’s Operations and Energy Services (OES) team partnered with the Hyatt’s building engineering team to perform an energy analysis […]

Notes from the 2017 Montgomery County Energy Summit

This year’s Montgomery County Energy Summit, co-hosted by the Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection and USGBC National Capital Region, provided a comprehensive look at the current state of green building in Montgomery County. There was an equal emphasis on the latest trends that increase efficiency and the economic/legislative developments that impact decision making. Below, […]

Join GHT at the World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC) Expo

Visit Us in Booth 359 GHT Limited (GHT), a leading DC metro area mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineering consulting firm, is excited to be an exhibitor at the 39th World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC) on September 21st and 22nd at DC’s Walter E. Washington Convention Center. We are looking forward to connecting with fellow […]

Energy Management Strategies Can Help Reduce the Impact of Rising Electricity Costs

As electricity costs continue to rise, building owners and operators – and tenants with triple net leases – must keep a constant eye on energy use. To help you manage your efforts, consider the following recommendations for spot-checks you can implement right away, as well as strategies for long-term energy efficiency. Start Now Tenant Check-In […]

ENERGY STAR®: Looking ahead for 2014

If you anticipate pursuing an ENERGY STAR label for your building in 2014, it is not too early to start planning your strategy. Competition to achieve the ENERGY STAR in Washington, DC and the surrounding metro areas grows every year. If your building had a marginal score in 2013, now is the time to consider […]

The Path to Energy Efficiency for Existing Buildings

When designing a new building, the effort to be energy efficient can be fairly straightforward: Use available technology and design techniques to present the optimum combination of upfront costs and anticipated operating costs to fit the building owner’s goals and plans for use. However, when evaluating an existing building, or portfolio of buildings, discovering the […]