This is How We Work
Here’s how we convert building energy into profit.
- Data Collection & Analytics
- Energy Performance Management
Our proprietary energy optimization technology guarantees real results.
The Carbon Lighthouse Unified Engineering System (CLUES) gives our engineers deep insights into the complexities of your building’s energy use. Others use generic models or rough estimates that can’t capture a building’s unique, ever-changing dynamics. But CLUES crunches real building data with statistical and financial models, enabling us to predict results with incredible accuracy while discovering and delivering maximum savings.
Clean energy companies are in the risk management business — this is something we at Carbon Lighthouse know well. We…
Our approach, which we call ‘Efficiency Production,’ is a long-term commitment. That means we don’t just drop in, offer advice and move along. We know that energy savings only persist when someone takes ownership for them. If energy savings aren’t measuring up, we cut a check to our clients. No matter how smart your projections, there’s always going to be efficiency drift over time.
Success in today’s hospitality industry is a boundless boxing fight (bear with me on this metaphor) to maximize revenue per available room (RevPAR) and over-index on the STR Report. When I was in the hotel business, I was so focused on improving customer experience to push rates that I never gave much thought to electric bills.
Your tenants will tell you some of what you need to responsibly manage your building: it’s too hot, it’s too cold. But there are so many more energy savings hidden in your building, from not putting air pumps into overdrive to coolant at the right temperature, that we’ve given them a name: Efficiency Reserves.
In their first year in the energy efficiency business, Carbon Lighthouse founders Brenden Millstein and Raphael Rosen encountered a client who almost stole their thunder. When Millstein and Rosen first visited the building, an office building owned by Dostart Development, they saw that the owner had already changed out incandescent lightbulbs for LEDs and upgraded their HVAC system.