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No long-term investment is without risk. With energy projects, the utility tariffs that determine the value of energy can shift from year to year and have major impacts on the financial performance of your project. As with anything, an energy contract is all about the fine print - that's why Sage is depended on by more than 100 private and public firms to ensure their commitment to the environment is also a good investment.

We assist commercial and industrial firms and private non-profits with long term, organization-wide energy planning to reduce project risk and control costs. Architects, construction managers, legal and financial professionals seek out Sage's unmatched expertise to provide insight, auditing and due diligence for their clients.


Energy Efficiency

The first step in any energy project is to assess and evaluate how energy is used in your facilities. As part of this process, Sage performs energy audits to identify efficiency and conservation opportunities, conducts lifecycle cost analyses, and provides recommendations for the most effective efficiency measures and facilities upgrades to lower operating and generation project costs.

Zero Net Energy (ZNE)

Sage helps clients define ZNE, develop ZNE policies in compliance with Title 24 and other building energy efficiency standards and net zero energy requirements, and lay out clear pathways to meet these policies across their building portfolio. Sage works with clients to show how ZNE can be leveraged for LEED and other green building certifications, which can further improve the working environment of buildings and add to the organization’s sustainability brand. 

Electric Vehicles

Electric vehicles are a natural integration with renewable energy system design. Sage offers complete EV charging infrastructure system specification, design, and implementation services, so you can offer sustainable mobility solutions.

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Perhaps the most important aspect of working with Sage is the absolute objectivity of their work - with no relationships to any manufacturer or vendor, we knew their guidance was only based on what was best for our clients.
— Mark Quattrocchi, AIA, Principal, Quattrocchi Kwok Architects