The Helios Energy™ Total Energy (TotalE™) Approach

Do you want to improve the way your commercial building uses energy, reduce your carbon footprint and generate savings? By combining Energy Management (EM) + Energy Efficiency (EE) + Clean Energy (CE) projects into one integrated Total Energy (TotalE™) initiative, we'll help you reach your goals. Helios can help make your facility safer, cleaner and more efficient, all while maximizing financial value. Find out how today!

TotalE™ = EM + EE + CE

1

Identify

First, we help clients identify current consumption levels through our energy analysis and audit process

2

Implement

Next, we work with clients to implement a set of EE technologies to lower energy consumption by up to 50%

3

Optimize

Then, we help clients explore CE options that are 'right-sized' for new, lower energy consumption levels

Drive energy consumption down then implement clean energy production.

What are energy efficient technologies?

What are energy efficient technologies?

  • LED Lighting
  • HVAC Solar Thermal
  • HVAC Controls
  • Smart Transformers
 
Energy Reduction Dollar Savings
LED Reduction 70% Monthly Savings $4,200
HVAC Controls Reduction 20% Monthly Savings $2,200
HVAC Thermal Reduction 45% Monthly Savings $3,960
Smart Transformer Reduction 12% Monthly Savings $1,397
Total Consumption Reduced 53% Total Monthly Savings $11,757

What are clean energy technologies?

What are clean energy technologies?

  • Solar Energy
  • Wind Energy
  • Energy Storage
  • EE Technologies can combine to reduce energy expenses by up to 53%
  • Solar, Wind, & Energy Storage Technologies may be feasible for the facility
  • CE options could include owner installed and operated systems, Power Purchase Agreements (PPA), & purchase of off-site renewable energy at discounted rates
  • Combined CE options could further reduce energy expense by another 50+%!

Step 1: Energy Management

Step 1: Energy Management

First, we help clients identify current consumption levels through our energy analysis and audit process. This includes ‘front of the meter’ measurements and metering, as well as fault detection. After this process, we craft a Strategic Energy Plan tailored to identify how we will meet our client’s unique energy goals. This pillar is about the bigger picture of your energy consumption, and this is the point where we give you the tools to manage your energy usage and consumption. That way, you can control and monitor your building’s energy systems and their level of efficiency.

Step 2: Energy Efficiency

Step 2: Energy Efficiency

With a curated Strategic Energy Plan, we then work to implement a set of Energy Efficiency technologies that will reduce total energy consumption, reduce carbon footprint and begin driving financial savings.  Energy efficiency technologies include, but are not limited to, LED lighting systems, smart transformers, HVAC units and controls, and HVAC solar thermal systems. Implementation typically begins with LED lighting systems as these solutions require 50-60% less energy than fluorescent tubes or incandescent bulbs and perform at greater than 70% of original lighting output for significantly longer. Often, we follow-up LED installation with HVAC retrofit and smart transformer implementation to optimize working conditions and drive further savings.

Step 3: Clean Energy Generation and Storage

Step 3: Clean Energy Generation and Storage

Finally, we explore clean energy generation and storage options that are ‘right-sized’ for new, lower energy consumption levels. This step is ‘behind the meter’ and may include the implementation of solar energy, wind energy or energy storage solutions. In addition, if feasible, Clean Energy options could include owner installed and operated systems, Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs), and purchase of off-site renewable energy at discounted rates. When combined with Energy Efficiency solutions, Clean Energy technologies can work to reduce expenditures by another 50+%!