Huntsville Resource Efficiency Manager
Continuing with its energy conservation specialization, MCFA was awarded an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract (Contract # W912DY-09-D-0048) by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Engineering and Support Center in Huntsville, Alabama (CEHNC) for Army Resource Efficiency Manager (REM) Services for up to $40 million over a period of 5 years. The contract will provide REM services at multiple locations within the United States and its territories.
The simplest way for companies to lower energy consumption costs is to have the individual employee change his or her consumption habits. Resource efficiency management is a human performance based management approach that focuses on reducing energy and other resource consumption, saving money, and helping the environment. The MCFA REM Services program expands existing facility resources and focuses on no-and low-cost opportunities to reduce energy consumption in real time, including behavior aspects of energy end uses and operation and maintenance measures. Under our REM Services program, full-time Resource Efficiency Managers support facilities’ efforts to reduce energy costs and consumption and meet their mandated energy conservation goals. The objective of the REM services program is to identify and implement readily attained cost saving initiatives in energy, water, and resource conservation. Services provided by MCFA include, but are not limited to, analyzing energy end uses and distribution systems, identifying opportunities for energy and emission reductions, strengthening energy management programs, conducting awareness training, developing and executing energy projects, providing measurement and verification support, preparing documentation to obtain energy efficiency rebates and incentives, collecting and accumulating consumption data, assembling data in prescribed formats, analyzing data, and providing decision making support information and recommendations in reports and briefings.