Energy-Related Engineering Studies

Energy Engineering Studies - Customer Benefits: Engineering studies performed at commercial and industrial facilities can yield actionable data that can in turn result in significant energy cost savings.

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Demand Charge Reduction - Case Study

We were pleased to have been able to assist a client reduce their energy expense by providing an engineering study.

The study was aimed at providing a manufacturing client with the opportunity to avoid inflated demand (kW) charges that their utility company imposes on facilities that close down but still have electricity service active, as might be required if the customer wants to offer the real estate for sale.

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Load Factor, Load Profile and Power Factor

So what's the difference between Load Factor, Load Profile and Power Factor? People in our industry will say that a meter has a low, medium or high load factor.....but do you know how to calculate a load factor? If not, it's important to learn how to do this using historical energy usage data.

This term refers to the the energy load on a system as compared to its maximum or peak load for a given period. Load factor is most typically calculated on a monthly or annual basis. When a customer creates his maximum demand on the system, he will probably not continue to use electricity at that same level for the whole month, but will use it at different levels throughout the month. The extent of his use for the month as compared to his maximum use for that same month is called his "load factor". Load Factor is computed by dividing his kWh usage for the month by the product of the month's "peak" or maximum demand for him times the hours for the same period (730 for a month and 8,760 for a year). Here is the formula: Load Factor = Month's kWh Usage / (Peak Demand or KW x 730)

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Good Energy BOMA 2007

Good Energy's exhibit at the Building Owners and Managers Association annual Office Building Show was a hit again in 2007. A special thank you this year to the Good Energy team members that made it happen, and to Ideal Industries, Electric Lighting Agencies, and Lamar Lighting for tremendous support.

Lamar's Occusmart fixtures were a big draw, as was our display comparing 32W T8 lamps to 28W T8 lamps.

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Buy Renewable Energy Certificates Online

New York, NY- Good Energy, a national energy management consultancy providing electricity, natural gas, fuel oil and renewable energy certificate supply consulting services announces the launch of its Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) online store, located at

Every U.S. business, college, non-profit organization, government agency and individual consumer can purchase RECs, also referred to as green tags, green credits, renewable certificates, renewable credits and Tradable Renewable Certificates (TRCs), to reduce the environmental impact of everyday activities, including automobile use, airplane travel, energy use and waste production.

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Visit Good Energy at the BuildingsNY 2007 Show at the Jacob K .Javits Center

Visit Good Energy at the BuildingsNY 2007 Show at the Jacob K .Javits Center, June 27 and 28, 2007. We'll be showcasing energy efficient lighting products and of course, "a Smarter Way to Buy Energy". Our booth number 346 is located in the Energy and Green Buildings Pavilion.

Visit Good Energy at the BOMA Show in NYC

Please visit Good Energy at Booth 868, located in the Green Pavilion, at the 2007 Office Building Show, July 21-24, 2007 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City.

We look forward to seeing you in New York!

High Electricity Rates in Connecticut


Energy forum tries to make sense of high electric rates
By John Pirro

REDDING -- There was only one real topic of disagreement when 60 people came to the Mark Twain Library Sunday to ask a panel of experts why their electric bills are so high.

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Good Energy Appointed to Serve on TEPA Board of Directors

Good Energy is pleased to announce that it has been appointed to serve on board of directors of the Texas Electric Professionals Association, ("TEPA").

TEPA is a self-regulating body aimed at standardizing processes and ensuring Texas aggregators, brokers, and consultants in the retail electricity supply business maintain an acceptable level of market knowledge and responsibility while transacting in the marketplace. TEPA members have come together with a common goal to provide a forum for developing common interests and upholding the integrity and maintaining the honor in the business of the deregulated retail electricity market in Texas.

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Good Energy Has Moved to Midtown

Good Energy is pleased to announce we have moved in to our new offices located at 232 Madison Avenue, (at 37th St.), in New York City.

Our new office is five short blocks from Grand Central Station, and across the street from the Morgan Library.

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About Good Energy
Good Energy launched a business to bring a simple concept to the marketplace... savings via lower electricity costs and superior efficiency lighting solutions. A smarter way to buy power and to use power. With ever changing technologies and product offerings Good Energy has provided new efficiency applications to the market and has pioneered a community centric buying approach that has achieved hundreds of millions of dollars in savings to the residential and commercial segment.

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