Green design is not merely the use of energy-efficient materials. It also involves the creation of products and systems that leave a light footprint on the environment over the full life-cycle—from production to transportation, installation, use and renewal. As such, sustainable green design should be thought of as a process, not just a goal—allowing for a broader evaluation of the environmental, economical and societal impacts of a product, as single units and as part of their environment. When considering environmental issues in construction and life cycle, some focus on an evaluation of manufactured products in terms of waste disposal.
Instead, a host of factors and influences of a product’s impact on society should be evaluated and contrasted to the product’s performance. A systems approach allows for a determination of the environmental impact of a product in terms of energy consumption at each stage of a product’s life cycle, beginning at the point of raw materials extraction from the earth and proceeding through processing,manufacturing, fabrication, end-use and disposal.
E3 Technologies will be your partner from start to finish, providing your company with all of the necessary knowledge and information needed to select the ideal system for you. The end result is an efficient energy system that provides additional benefits for you or your business now…and for the future. All of this and more is possible through the power and utilization of modern energy services.
With more than 100 years of collective experience in the energy service industry, our team of architects, engineers, designers, project managers, technicians and financial experts seamlessly orchestrate the entire process for you. With a range of services including solar, solar shade structures, shading and lighting control, energy management, thermal barrier, industry-specific financial programs and additional energy-saving services, E3 Technologies) provides the most value and savings to our clients by the taking extra time, expense and guesswork out of the energy management process.