Monday, June 20, 2022

Get Help Reducing Your Rising Energy Costs In A Spiking Energy Market From PennTAP, Free Energy Assessments, More

With the cost of natural gas and electricity rising in response to international energy market price spikes, your business can get one-on-one assistance from the
Penn State Technical Assistance Program to help reduce energy costs and save money.

Energy & Operational Assessments

PennTAP’s no-cost energy and operational assessments are designed to help Pennsylvania companies conserve energy and reduce waste in their facilities, lowering energy-related costs, increasing profits, and decreasing overall environmental impact. 

Their team of highly skilled and certified technical advisors not only assesses existing energy systems, but also explores opportunities for equipment upgrades and quantifies those opportunities into financial terms. 

Energy Cost Reduction Toolkits

Over the past five years, PennTAP has helped businesses reduce their energy costs by more than $8.6 million using free energy toolkits as a starting place and guide to estimating potential savings in your facility or home. 

The resources within this toolkit are designed to support each sector’s main energy usages so you can take actions specific to your building type and start improving your energy efficiency today.

Click Here to learn more.

Energy Grants & Rebates

The PennTAP team helps Pennsylvania companies identify and secure funding opportunities that offset the cost of capital improvements. 

They calculate potential savings for our clients and help submit applications for resources earmarked for energy efficiency project implementation. 

Identification of funding available to your business and estimates of project payback are key components of our technical reports every client receives.

University Connection

PennTAP offers unique access to an abundance of resources from Penn State University, one of the premier universities in the country, including faculty expertise, a research center, state of the art facilities as well as students.

Visit the Penn State Technical Assistance Program website and Energy Services webpage for more information.

Click Here to contact PennTAP by phone and email to learn more about their programs.

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-- PennTAP Hosts July 21 Webinar On Financing Energy Improvements To Increase Efficiency, Save Money As Energy Markets Spike 

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[Posted: June 20, 2022]  PA Environment Digest

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