What do we mean by sustainability exactly?
In general, the term "sustainable" refers to a system or process that serves the needs of the present without compromising the future, or with minimal impact to future needs. When we apply the concept of sustainability to energy, the same underlying principal applies,
A Sustainable Energy model should consume less energy through improved efficiency, where consumption is less significant compared to the energy supply, all with minimal or manageable collateral effects, particularly to the environment and the business as a whole.
NAUP works with various organizations, including municipalities, counties and state governments to design and implement sustainable energy programs and solutions based on specific organizational needs and objectives. NAUP's Sustainability Programs are developed and implemented through careful planning and analysis of each client's current and future energy needs, business and fiscal goals, and social and environmental impacts.
True Energy Sustainability is achieved through a combination of successful procurement and conservation strategies. NAUP's suite of services offers multiple solutions to accommodate all types of commercial and industrial energy end-users.
In addition to renewable energy resources, Sustainability can be achieved through NAUP's energy conservation programs:
Smart Controls & Building Automation
LED Lighting Solutions
HVAC System Efficiency
Efficient Motor Control Systems
Water & Sewer System Solutions
Load Factor Correction
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