Partner Energy Opens Newark, NJ Office

Newark office will provide on-the-ground support for New York and New Jersey clients and expand ability to meet the increasing demand for energy efficiency and sustainability services.

NEWARK, N.J. – April 6, 2018 – Partner Energy, a nationwide provider of energy efficiency engineering and sustainability consulting services, has opened a new office in Newark, New Jersey. Located on the 19th floor of One Newark Center, their local team is minutes away from New York City and the greater metropolitan area.

With its headquarters in Los Angeles and an expanded East Coast presence, Partner Energy is well positioned to offer a wide array of energy efficiency and sustainability solutions nationwide.

“Demand for energy efficiency engineering and sustainability consulting services has substantially increased in the New York and New Jersey area because of the prominence of real estate loan programs offered by HUD, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, low income tax credits and municipal requirements for energy audits and benchmarking. Partner Energy expanded our presence in the New York and New Jersey area to better support our clients and the local market,”

 

Tony Liou, President of Partner Energy.

 

https://www.prlog.org/12700098-partner-energy-opens-newark-nj-office.html

Partner Energy works with building owners and managers to identify, capitalize and implement accretive energy efficiency, renewable energy and sustainability projects, including:

  • Regulatory Compliance (LL84, LL87 and NYC Energy Code)
  • Energy Audits
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Commissioning
  • Retro-Commissioning
  • Green Building Certifications (e.g. LEED and Energy Star)
  • Affordable Housing Sustainability Requirements (e.g. the new Integrated Physical Needs Assessment (IPNA) protocol)

For more information about Partner Energy’s services, please contact the sales team at (888) 826-1216 or via email at sales@ptrenergy.com.

NYC skyline view from Partner Energy's office

Pictured: NYC skyline view from Partner Energy’s office (courtesy of Kurt D’Angelo, Partner Energy)

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