Reduce energy & water consumption with efficiency.
Without the upfront cost of equipment, reduce operating costs and carbon footprint by upgrading systems through Energy as a Service.
Open new revenue streams with an energy asset using your existing infrastructure.
Utilize your energy asset to create resiliency and reduce risk to operations.
Meet sustainability goals without the added cost of Renewable Energy Credit purchases.
Combining heat and power with cogeneration is an efficient way to provide heating and energy supply to site. Green house gas emissions and fuel costs are lowered with cogeneration.
Heat utilized in industrial and manufacturing remains the largest end-use energy consumer. By capturing this heat, waste can be converted to low grade power cycle or captured with thermal energy storage.
Many processes can improve efficiency since operation has changed from design conditions. By capturing long term value of energy savings, system optimizations are feasible with future savings.
Don’t lose chance to improve social image. Energy efficiency improves facilities and demonstrates sustainability.
Many process systems and manufacturing lack automation. This create waste and impacts efficiency. Adding automation can create simple and effective energy savings while lowering manufacturing costs.
While water conservancy projects have a long term return, combining them with an energy efficiency project or adding system wide automation can be effective to reduce water consumption.
Heating, Cooling, and Ventilation
Major and minor HVAC upgrades remain an effective measure and the most prevalent project a facility can invest in.
Concept to Construction - Energy as a Service
An audit of site assets are conducted along with infrastructure review and constructibility of site. Resources accessible to site are assessed.
Strategy around operation needs is defined. With our in house tools, we establish benchmark of energy consumption and demand profile of the site.
Indicative costs, tariffs, market conditions, forecasting, and feasibility are factored for prioritizing projects and determine project financial metrics.
We lead project finance, due diligence, permitting, energy agreements, and interconnect. By planning project capital, we shield financial risk from the site host in development.
Professional engineers conduct the project design and create a measurement and verification plan for improvement. We shield technical and performance risk of the project.
Through our contractor network, we match the beset experience with a project. Maplewell leads contract management and construction management to ensure delivery of project.
A new physical asset is integrating into your infras and existing operation. We develop the control system and software to conduct the system integration.
Measurement and Verification
To guarantee performance of project, we create a M&V plan to monitor asset performance and manage asset to ensure availability.
Let's Discuss Your Infrastructure
We'll conduct a pre-assessment
Needs and Infrastructure
We get aligned with your individual needs.
We explore your energy supply and possible solutions at no cost to you.
We propose a set of solutions right for you.
Development and Delivery
We carry financial and technical risk until energy savings are realized.
Your Resource and Improvement is Investable
Independence, Efficiency, and Value
Concerned your resource or project is too small to develop? Payback too long? Our Energy as a Service (EaaS) model shares the independence of an ESCO, the efficiency of a renewable energy developer, and value of a system integrator. With a technology-neutral approach, our professional engineers leverage a combination of technology to create an on-site renewable energy supply, reduce demand with energy efficiency, and control balance with energy management. As a single point of accountability, we develop and deliver projects while shielding financial and technical risk. By leveraging several financial mechanisms: ESPC, PPA, Leaseback, or Owner Financing, we structure financing to align with your operational needs. Projects can be funded with upfront capital or with future savings and revenue.