Energy Efficiency Consultant For Hotels: Energy Savings Program Launched

Energy Efficiency Consultant For Hotels: Energy Savings Program Launched

Besides generating unnecessary utility costs, inefficient electricity systems can reduce a hotel’s profitability by deterring environmentally-conscious consumers. Onsite Utility Services Capital offers the latest energy-efficiency lighting and HVAC solutions, helping clients stay ahead of trends in the increasingly competitive hospitality industry.

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The service update responds to a recent TripAdvisor survey into how travelers choose their accommodation. Out of 1,300 participants, 62% reported that the efforts a hotel makes to reduce its carbon footprint are ‘often or always’ a consideration when making their selection.

To develop solutions, Onsite Utility Services Capital can perform a comprehensive audit of existing lighting, HVAC and current energy expenditure. By auditing lighting fixtures, HVAC systems, wiring, and voltage-sensitive equipment, the energy savings consultancy can advise hotel owners and managers on efficiency solutions that can increase their bottom line while reducing their waste.

The consultancy estimates that the average US commercial and industrial facility uses up to 30% of its annual electricity expenditure on lighting and 45% on heating and cooling. For hotels, the incentive to keep lighting and HVAC costs low can be complicated by the need to create a welcoming ambiance for guests. Onsite Utility Services Capital estimates that hotels in the US spend $2,196 on electricity per room annually, a figure that only increases with rising energy costs.

By joining the company’s ESaaS (Energy Savings as a Service) program, hotels and hospitality businesses can retrofit their rooms and common areas without having to pay up-front or out-of-pocket costs, as the installation and maintenance are included in the service price.

For example, the program can be used to upgrade lighting systems to LEDs, which use 75% less energy than incandescent bulbs and can last up to 25 times longer. Moreover, lighting controls and motion sensors can be implemented to reduce wasteful energy usage. HVAC systems can achieve a 40-50% energy savings along with extending the life of the equipment.

Using off-balance-sheet financing, Onsite clients can remain debt-free and retain their financial flexibility while pursuing ethical and sustainable business goals. Hotels that implement the consultancy’s efficiency strategies can increase their profitability and make limited energy budgets last longer. Additionally, installing and maintaining efficient lighting and HVAC systems can increase the value of the property and benefit hotel owners if they choose to sell in the future.

More information can be found by visiting

Onsite Utility Services Capital, LLC

5072 State Road 50

United States

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