Energy Efficiency as a Service:

Why it makes sense to own the solution, not the equipment

Energy Efficiency as a Service (EEaaS) is an increasingly popular solution for organizations seeking to reduce energy costs, upgrade equipment, and meet sustainability targets—without draining capital budgets or taking on debt. In this webinar, Metrus Energy CEO Bob Hinkle and Guidehouse Director of Sustainability Consulting Noah Goldstein will join CDP’s Holly Morgan to explore the advantages customers gain by contracting with an EEaaS provider to own the solution, not the equipment.

Discussion topics:

  • The key benefits of EEaaS, from cost reduction and sustainability impact to scalability and ease of project implementation

  • Why EEaaS has emerged as a uniquely effective way to address the different pressures faced by stakeholders across the organization, from the C-suite to facilities management

  • The life cycle of an EEaaS project, from planning and development to operation and maintenance

  • How EEaaS facilitates the optimization of building energy performance in a post-pandemic world

Live webinar:  June 23, 1:00 p.m. ET

Energy Efficiency as a Service:  Why it makes sense to own the solution, not the equipment

About the participating organizations:

CDP   CDP is a not-for-profit charity that runs the global disclosure system for investors, companies, cities, states and regions to manage their environmental impacts. Over the past 15 years CDP has created a system that has resulted in unparalleled engagement on environmental issues worldwide.

Guidehouse   Guidehouse offers skilled consulting teams with fresh perspectives to help its commercial and public sector clients achieve mission success in innovative yet practical ways. It presents agile solutions with sustainable outcomes that meet mission requirements and drive transformation.

Metrus Energy   Metrus has been transforming buildings throughout the U.S. since 2009. Its Efficiency Services Agreement (ESA) structure expanded the efficiency market by removing first cost as a barrier, and treating efficiency as a resource. With operational projects in every market sector and geographic region, Metrus continues to seek out new ways to innovate and integrate project finance into the evolving efficiency market.


Noah Goldstein


Director of Sustainability Consulting


Bob Hinkle

CEO and President

Metrus Energy