As a consulting firm, SourceOne has customers in various industries ranging in size, scope and experience in the energy industry. Our knowledgeable professionals guide customers to optimal solutions for their energy needs and also have the extensive hands-on experience to implement and drive energy projects to success.
Any customer who maintains facilities as a direct or indirect result of their operations, requires energy and can benefit from having a knowledgeable source on their team. SourceOne customers range in type, size and needs, but share the common goals to make their energy more efficient, more sustainable and more cost effective. See a sample of our customer profiles below to learn more about how we have driven businesses in various markets to success.
Reliability and efficiency are major concerns for data center customers.
Real Estate trusts typically face challenging questions such as, 'How do I fairly and accurately track and bill energy usage for my tenants?'.
SourceOne professionals understand the critical need for energy in the healthcare industry.
Local and State governments have energy responsibilities to the facilities and entities they own or manage. Some local governments even provide energy to the residents of their municipality, further requiring them to invest in energy related programs.
Higher Education clients typically provide operations for campus-wide energy needs. Facilities range from dormitory residences to academic buildings and athletic facilities. These sources can use a large amount of energy and ensuring energy efficiency is optimized can provide significant savings.
Industrial clients are large, labor-intensive manufacturing or process oriented entities. These clients typically operate complex facilities with high energy density over multiple shifts throughout the day.
Commercial renewable energy project developers and organizations pursuing in distributed renewable generation opportunities.
Financial firms know that energy efficiency can improve the bottom line. Motivated further by a push to be environmentally conscious, financial firms are now more than ever interested in improving energy efficiencies and reducing their carbon footprint.