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The list of potential adverse events that government leaders must plan for, absorb and recover from grows longer by the day: wildfires, prolonged drought, earthquakes and superstorms. Industrial accidents, water supply contamination, electric grid failure, and acts of terror. You may be ready but if your energy infrastructure — power, water, heating and cooling — is deteriorating and outmoded, it will likely fail when it’s most needed.

Having provided energy resiliency to critical government infrastructure all over the globe for more than 100 years, ENGIE Services U.S. understands the gravity of energy security, delivered through our Energy Effective™ programs that include energy efficiency, renewable generation, energy infrastructure, and asset monetization.
Aging infrastructure, fluctuating population growth, and nebulous smart city concepts are only some of the demands compounding the complexity of managing cities. Constrained operating budgets and capital funds paired with rising pension pressures creates a tough environment to find optimal solutions where everyone wins.

Hundreds of municipalities have adopted our Energy Effective™ approach to navigate these evolving challenges – whether to improve the safety of streets and modernize buildings, or install city-wide sensors to enhance constituent services – our programs provide direct benefit to tax payers, the operational budget, and the environment.
Facing greater requirements than ever before, Counties must provide a wide range of vital services to an increasingly diverse population. From healthcare to libraries, fire protection to parks and recreation, they all require modern facilities and infrastructure to ensure that delivery takes place without interruption. Meanwhile, tax payers demand greater accountability for results and more transparency around spending. However, rising operating expenses plus constrained budgets make it tough to find optimal solutions where all constituents win.

An Energy Effective™ approach to navigate these evolving challenges has helped Counties across the country. Our highly customizable programs fund technology investments – from renewable energy projects to building equipment replacement – that increase service performance and minimize costs.
Upgrading aging infrastructure, protecting natural resources and containing escalating rates are only some of the demands facing the thousands of service agencies that span the nation. As the most local form of government, Special Districts are directly accountable to voters and ratepayers for providing vital services. However, constrained budgets paired with rising operating expenses create a tough environment to find optimal solutions where everyone wins.

Utilizing an Energy Effective™ approach to navigate these evolving challenges makes great sense. These highly customizable programs fund technology investments – from renewable energy projects to equipment replacement – that increase service performance and minimize costs.
More than ever before, state agencies are responsible for providing an extensive range of critical services to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse population. From healthcare services to highway construction, police protection to environmental oversight, they all require modern facilities and infrastructure to make sure that delivery takes place without unnecessary interruption. Meanwhile, taxpayers demand greater accountability for results and more transparency around spending. However, constrained capital budgets paired with rising operating expenses is the reality for State officials balancing capital outlay with optimal outcomes.

Utilizing an Energy Effective™ approach helps navigate these evolving challenges. This approach creates highly customizable programs that fund technology investments – from renewable energy projects to facility modernization – helping contain costs, increase organizational performance, and improve sustainability.
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