Our engineers have done everything from conducting energy audits on small historic courthouses from the 1800s to managing complex energy programs at some of the largest military installations in the world.
Celtic Energy’s clients include Fortune 500’s,such as Travelers, The Hartford, UTC, CBRE, and Jones Lang LaSalle. Their goals range from reducing utility expenditures, meeting emissions reductions targets, and rebranding as legitimate environmental leaders.
EDF's Investor Confidence Project has developed a best practice framework to standardize the process for predicting and measuring energy savings, enabling acceleration of energy efficiency investments and the emergence of a robust and thriving commercial building sector.
Celtic Energy has joined on as a Project Ally to help the EDF & ICP team to define open standards in order to enable the flow of private investment required to launch a global market for energy efficiency in the built environment.
For more information on the EDF's Investor Confidence Project, please vist www.eeperformance.org.
Celtic Energy, Inc. (CEI) has been awarded GSA Contract GS-21F-0076Y from the United States General Services Administration under Solicitation 6FEC-E6-030292-B. Our award includes the following Special Item Numbers (SINs):
For the past twelve years, the staff of Celtic Energy has provided expert energy efficiency services to Federal, State, and Local Governments. As a Project Facilitator for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Super ESPC program, Celtic Energy managed multi-million dollar Energy Savings Performance Contracting projects for numerous Federal Government clients including: Fort Drum, Fort Benning, DOE Headquarters, McGuire Air Force Base, Edwards Air Force Base, Nellis Air Force Base, NASA, and more. CEI is currently providing technical oversight, measurement & verification, and commissioning of the Central Utility Plant at the FDA’s White Oak Federal Research Center.
Celtic Energy was hired by Connecticut Light & Power (CL&P) and United Illuminating (UI) to develop a comprehensive 'best practices' document for ESPC in the Municipal, University, School, and Hospital markets. Chris Halpin, President of Celtic Energy led the working group which included representatives from State government, City and Town officials, NGO's, ESCO's, and the Energy Efficiency Board. (Download the Best Practices Document)
Chris Halpin and Maggie Selig of Celtic Energy have co-authored a white paper in conjunction with Anthony Buonicore, Buonicore Partners, on the topic of M&V in Energy Performance Contracting Using ASTM BEPA Methodology. This is part of BEPAnews' Crit ical Issues Series: Green Building and Sustainable Development in the Commercial Real Estate Industry. You can download the white paper here or by visiting http://www.bepanews.com/images/pdf/Whitepaper_IPMVP_BEPA_Final_12-14-11.pdf
Keeping your energy and environmental costs low is especially critical during this time of economic volatility and growing competition.
Hundreds of companies, colleges, hospitals and government agencies have turned to Celtic Energy to help energy users and associated organizations maximize their cost reduction and productivity benefits in the ever-changing energy marketplace.
Celtic Energy provides assistance to clients on a broad range of technical and engineering matters. Our specialists will work in conjunction with a client's in-house staff or handle the project in its entirety.
Our goal is to not only identify strategic cost reduction opportunities for our clients but also assist in their implementation.
Celtic Energy is an independent consulting firm founded to help energy users and associated organizations maximize their cost reduction and productivity benefits in the ever-changing energy marketplace. Celtic Energy utilizes an Industry Best Practices philosophy in providing the following services to large commercial, industrial, government, and institutional clients: