Energy Efficiency

 Energy Efficiency


Energy efficiency is our nation’s most cost effective energy resource.   TRC’s energy experts collaborate with clients to develop customized energy projects that promote program success, energy efficiency, and green buildings across multiple sectors. Our energy services consist of:


TRC Services
  • Energy Efficiency Program Planning, Design, Management, Implementation and Administration
  • Program Evaluation, Measurement, Analysis and Benchmarking
  • Codes and Standards Enhancements
  • Research and Emerging Solutions
  • Zero Net Energy Initiatives
  • Whole Building Deeper Energy Savings Initiatives
  • Specialized Industrial Customer Programs
  • Demand-Side Management Services

Working with government agencies, utilities, businesses, and schools, our programs have reduced energy consumption, improved health and safety, and helped the environment by reducing our client’s carbon footprint.


Key Contact:
Frank Reilly
P: 617-350-3444


October 2013
California Association of Building Energy Consultants Newsletter (PDF)
The Fall 2013 issue of the CABEC newsletter features articles by TRC’s Matthew Christie and Farhad Farahmand.

November 2010
Environmental Business Journal, “Program Support for State AARA-Funded Energy Initiatives ‘Sweet Spot’ for TRC (PDF)
TRC’s Frank Reilly, Greg Coleman and Tom Rooney discuss some of the state-level projects the Company is involved in as a result of the ARRA process.

November/December 2010
Distributed Energy, “Efficiency State of Mind." (PDF)
TRC’s Greg Coleman is quoted in this article about the increasing investment in energy efficiency by office building owners.

August/September 2010
Climate Change Business Journal, “Service Firms Use IT tools to Build Competitive Positions in Building Energy Management.” (PDF)
This article profiles four companies, including TRC, who are helping clients manage energy through benchmarking or with EPA’s Portfolio Manager software.

TRC supports Princeton University’s advancement of energy efficiency
In March 2010, Princeton University was honored as a Business Leader for Energy Efficiency. Nominated
by New Jersey's Clean Energy Program & TRC, the university was recognized for its continued efforts to advance
energy efficiency which have resulted in annual energy savings of over 750,000 kWh, and cost savings of over $1.1 million. Princeton participated in the New Jersey SmartStart component of New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program,
a state-wide energy efficiency incentive program managed by TRC. 

Energy Benchmarking helps New Hampshire Schools Save
Visit the New Hampshire Department of Education's NewsRoom to read about the New Hampshire Energy Smart Schools Program, provided by TRC.

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