Washington, DC has the best solar incentives in the nation. It also has some of the strictest requirements for energy efficiency (BEPS), benchmarking your building’s energy data and managing stormwater runoff from your property. Honeydew can help you maximize the positive incentives for your property, optimize your utility spend, and avoid costly fees from lack of compliance.
Washington, DC Energy Services
- Building Energy Performance Standards (BEPS)
- Commercial Solar
- Commercial Utility Rate Procurement
- Energy Audits
- Energy Benchmarking
- Solar Shading Analysis
- Residential Solar
- Utility Auditing
- Stormwater Mitigation
- Commercial Roofs
- LED Lighting Upgrades
- Rooftop Solar Canopies
DC Energy Regulations & Incentives
- Building Energy Performance Standards (BEPS) Compliance
- Clean Energy DC Omnibus Amendment Act of 2018 Help Center
- DC SREC Market
- Stormwater Credits
- Benchmarking Ordinance
Projects and Case Studies
- Howard University
- Franciscan Monastery
- Organization of American States
- Potomac Place
- Glorious Health Club
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