There are leaders, and then there's everyone else. At ECR - Energy Cost Reducers LLC, we take immense pride in driving the industry standards forward, focusing on efficiency, quality, and safety.
No one ever complained about hiring the best.
When you have a serious project that needs to be done, look no further than ECR - Energy Cost Reducers LLC,
Specs for project, Scope of Work benefits, Turnkey Bonded Installation
ECR - Energy Cost Reducers LLC
Since 2008 ECR has followed the National Action Plan for Energy Efficiency vision 2025, creating nation wide strategic partnerships in the facilities upgrades industry.
In 2013-2014 ECR formed a federal contracting solutions team to provide products and services focused on the specific contracting and facilities upgrades needs for federal managers.
Past Performance ECR-SafeAir Solutions team has over 8years of ESPC projects totaling over $3 million in revenues.Federal contracts include VA, DoD, DHS, GSA.www.fpds.gov Energy Cost Reducers LLC
ECR has followed the National Action Plan for Energy Efficiency vision 2025, creating nation wide strategic partnerships in the facilities upgrades industry. Owner is a certified Guiding Principles Compliance Professional
No one ever complained about having their work executed perfectly.
It's old fashioned now, but we do what we say we're going to do. Plain and simple. Our word is bond, and that applies to our deadlines, as well.
No one ever complained that we had too much integrity.
When you're dealing with a million moving pieces, your tools can be the difference between moving forward and spinning your wheels. At ECR - Energy Cost Reducers LLC, we're continually finding the best new technology.
No one ever complained it was too easy.
ECR-SafeAir Solutions team has over 8 years of Bonded TurnKey ESPC projects completed
Contracting with ECR helps fulfill your mission through:
Expert utilization of retrofitting technologies focused on the safety and health of facility occupants including energy & water stewardship
In 2007, the new Congress put energy legislation high on its agenda, with the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISA) passing just before Christmas, 2007. Following a change in leadership in the House and Senate after the 2006 elections, the new legislation came as a response to high energy prices and growing concerns about global warming. EISA emphasizes energy efficiency as a top priority with the following major provisions: