Atlanta's Sustainability Initiative: A Green Building Concept

By shakir_williams on 09/12/2017

Atlanta leader in green sustainability

EDF Climate Corps, an organization engaged in sustainability projects, has done a ton for Georgia businesses. EDF stands for Environmental Defense Fund. Members of this organization work hard to develop detailed energy management systems to help companies optimize their operations. They focus on lowering annual carbon emissions and electricity outputs to help businesses generate lifetime energy savings. And energy savings, means money savings! In addition to an in-depth analysis of your energy usage, they come up with solutions, final recommendations, and a projected savings report.

Did you know that…

Currently, the US projects $1.2 Trillion in untapped energy savings, to be available by 2020.

put money back in your pocketToday, many companies are finding ways to tap into these savings by focusing on energy-efficient operation and maintenance of their commercial spaces. Many companies in the Metro Atlanta area have been focusing on increasing their operational sustainability. With the help of organizations like EDF Climate Corps, many are seeing a huge change in their energy consumption.

$$$ More importantly, Money in your pocket $$ 

How does EDF Climate Corps work?

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Step One: Each Climate Corps member is handpicked to meet your specific Energy Management System (EMS) needs.

Step Two: Each member works on your site for 10-12 weeks, providing hands-on-help.

Step Three: Each Climate Corps member will provide you a customized strategic plan for energy and cost savings for your organization.

Here is a list of companies who are taking the green initiative seriously:

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