We take a capitalist approach to achieving customer objectives. We won’t recommend anything that does not make a positive impact on the bottom line and it must provide a competitive advantage to our customer. We understand that funding your energy saving initiatives can be a challenge and there are ways we can help.

Energy Procurement Contracting

Working directly with the best energy suppliers allows us to offer our clients the most competitive, open market energy rates. For clients in deregulated states, we evaluate energy contracts in place and can improve those rates significantly, saving clients thousands of dollars a year.

Engineering-Based Cost Segregation

Cost segregation could be the most lucrative tax strategy for property owners to reduce income tax liability and enhance cash flow and liquidity. Applying cost segregation to any type of income generating property (whether it is owned or leased), will produce cost recovery through tax deferral. Since a dollar today is worth more than a dollar tomorrow, take advantage of the tax benefits we can recoup today for energy conservation that will last well into the future.


Most utility companies offer incentives for any business willing to take kilowatts off the grid. The rebates are there for the taking, but the paperwork involved in processing those rebates can be daunting. The EnergySherlock™ team continues to stay abreast of rebates and tax incentives offered and can help clients defray some of the upfront costs associated with the implementation of energy conservation measures.

Building Performance Monitoring Center (PMC)

Many companies have valuable data coming to their properties through a variety of systems, sensors, and platforms; however, they do not have the people or time to leverage the data to make better decisions or to create a competitive advantage. The PMC team is a specialized call center that monitors your building systems and data for you to find locations and equipment that are performing below standards or are out of compliance with expectations.