Energy efficiency upgrades with

zero capital outlay

Metrus Energy finances and manages energy-efficiency improvements that enable organizations like yours to reduce carbon emissions, upgrade facilities, and increase sustainability, with no upfront cost. 

Energy savings pay for projects

Under Metrus’ Efficiency Services Agreement (ESA), payments are based on realized energy and operational savings, ensuring you remain cash-flow positive from day one.

Avoided capital outlay

Metrus pays for all project design and implementation costs, enabling customers to conserve scarce capital funds for investment in their core businesses.

Flexible and scalable financing

Metrus enables your organization to think big about energy efficiency and sustainability. The Metrus ESA allows you to bundle a variety of projects across different sites, so you can get more done in less time with faster payback.

ESA payments treated as operating expense

The ESA is designed to be an off-balance sheet financing solution with regular payments that are similar to a standard energy utility bill or Power Purchase Agreement (PPA).

Typical efficiency measures

  • Boiler and chiller replacement

  • LED lighting

  • HVAC controls

  • Water efficiency

  • Building management systems

  • Combined heat and power

  • Compressed air upgrades

  • HVAC replacement

  • Motor and pump upgrades

Metrus Energy is a proud partner in the effort to fight climate change through sustainable energy practices.  We’ve pledged to fund $100 million in energy efficiency transactions as part of the We Are Still In initiative to combat climate change. We’ve also increased a similar commitment to the Better Buildings Challenge to $175 million. 

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The Metrus ESA in action

Learn how Metrus worked with a Fortune 100 technology company to design and implement energy efficiency upgrades across a sprawling enterprise — quickly and with little to no capital outlay.

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Metrus enabled BAE to bundle six projects in three states, overcoming financial, legal, and technical complexities to achieve a range of benefits derived from improved energy efficiency.

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