Energy Conservation

ShoffnerKalthoff is a leader in helping maximize energy efficiency. We realize that every facility is designed- and used- uniquely.

Watts in your Wallet?

Energy conservation is at the forefront of every organization’s plans. Today more than ever companies are seeking ways to reduce their environmental footprint and increase their facilities operating efficiencies.

We customize a strategy for each facility that identifies and targets actual electricity and gas consumption and design a plan that:

  • Maximizes return on investment
  • Reduces energy consumption
  • Increases equipment life cycle

We have a staff that is geared to help identify methods of energy conservation including a team consisting of Professional Engineers and Certified Energy Managers. Our team has more than 50 years of experience to help you remain environmentally aware while addressing your facility’s owning and operating needs whether you are building a new, green structure or retrofitting an existing structure to become more energy efficient.

There are few, if any, companies that have the in-house resources to provide you with a single solution to your Energy Conservation needs. We have helped our clients with:

  • Lighting Retrofits
  • HVAC / Mechanical retrofits
  • Building Automation
  • Water Conservation

All of these items are geared to maximizing your energy dollar. At the same time SKMES can help procure significant funds through:

  • TVA Energy Right Partnership
  • Federal Tax incentive packages


TVA energyright preferred partner

TVA Energyright Award Winner

Most kWh Saved in the NE District

SKMES was presented with this award for saving over 4,371,513 kWh through energy reduction programs. That means $437,151.00 was saved annually. Plus…

Carbon Dioxide emissions reduced are equal to:

  • Annual emissions from 643 passenger vehicles
  • Annual emissions from energy use of 159 homes
  • Carbon sequestered annually by 2,528 acres of pine forest

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