Celtic Energy is a nationally recognized and highly respected energy consulting firm that specializes in energy project management and oversight. As one of the top Owner’s Representative firms in the country, Celtic Energy has performed oversight on over $1.5 billion in energy projects in 25 states, Washington, D.C. and abroad. Our talented and experienced team of advisors has served as Project Facilitators on Federal Energy Projects and as a 3rd Party Owner’s Representative on a multitude of State, Municipal, School, University, Medical Facility and Commercial/Industrial projects, with special expertise in the area of Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC) oversight.
CEI has also been selected to perform conceptual design and oversight in the burgeoning microgrid market, performing such services on the first Federal Microgrid Project for the FDA and for the City of Stamford’s government microgrid project. We were recently selected by the State of Rhode Island to design their statewide microgrid program. Recently, we have expanded into the Hospitality sector, providing energy project management and oversight services, including conceptual microgrid design, for hotel, resort, and casino clients.
CEI provides advisory consulting services to State, County and Municipal clients, PACE project development and technical review, and oversight on PACE projects. We are one of the nation’s most experienced firms in this arena, working with the highly successful Connecticut C-PACE program since its inception. CEI also conducts energy audits, reviews Power Purchase Agreements, and consults on a variety of Sustainability projects for just about every market sector.
To reduce project costs and minimize operating costs of new/remodeled facilities, CEI offers its very effective Energy-Conscious Design Review (ECDR) services to both public and private sector clients.
Locally, CEI stays connected to the New England community by providing energy auditing and advisory services to all market sectors. In Connecticut we serve as a preferred vendor for both major utilities’ Energy Use Assessment (EUA) and Business Sustainability Challenge (BSC) programs, and handle Retro-Commissioning projects as well. CEI also supports CONNStep, performing energy consulting to support their role in aiding Connecticut manufacturers.