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How Energy Resiliency Can Protect Your Building this Winter

Energy Resiliency - Slattery Energy Consulting Group - New York

Severe winter weather is becoming a norm, which can spell bad news for New York residents and businesses alike. The good news is there is a way of preparing your home or organization for extreme winter disturbances, such as natural gas shortages.

Why is Energy Resiliency Important?

It goes without saying that the best resource for handling a catastrophic weather or energy crisis is resilience. Companies instal clean on-site power production systems, such as fuel cells, photovoltaic solar and battery technologies, and integrated heat and electrical generation. For dependable electricity during severe weather storms, microgrids work by leveraging distributed energy resources that are independent of your local utility provider.

Inspect Your Property

There are always things that you can do to ensure high energy resiliency, such as hiring an energy consultant. To ensure your HVAC system operates as effectively as possible, keep furniture and appliances away from the supply and return air vents. By continually removing stale indoor air and utilizing its heat to warm the entering fresh air, heat recovery ventilators enhance indoor air quality. Installing one of these might result in the additional energy bill savings you're looking for.

Put your palm against a door from the inside to see whether it has adequate insulation. Installing a door with higher insulation may be necessary if it feels colder than the inside walls. All garage, cold storage, and uninsulated basement entries should have completely insulated doors. The energy consultant can carry out a thorough inspection of your property to identify areas that need your attention.

Energy Consultant New York, NY

The process of identifying and evaluating the risks is the first step in becoming energy resilient. This is where a professional energy consultant such as Jim Slattery can help. The next stages entail adding resilience when it is feasible. This may be accomplished in a variety of ways depending on the business, including less reliance on the grid and on-site power generation.

You can determine how much you need to invest financially based on your estimated cost of a power outage. Last but not least, if the worst happens, having a strategy and ensuring the appropriate personnel is educated to execute it are crucial. For more on energy resiliency in winter, visit Slattery Energy.


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