Our recent pro-bono lighting project left the kids at the DCCH Center for Children so excited they just had to express themselves to us! This project with local children’s center yields energy savings and facility improvements. (March 15, 2016 Cincinnati, Ohio) – Eco...Read More
Eco Engineering offers a true turnkey service bundling a comprehensive suite of indoor, outdoor and lighting control services needed to maximize the energy efficiency potential for your lighting projects. The full spectrum of capabilities enable us to audit, design, implement...Read More
LED based lighting systems offer the most promising change in lighting since Edison introduced a commercially practical light bulb over 130 years ago. A lamp made with LED technology – which stands for Light Emitting Diode, also known as Solid State Technology – is essentially...Read More
August 12, 2015 Cincinnati, Ohio Announcing Eco Engineering Expands National Footprint Strategic initiative adds resources, expertise and new projects in the Western US Eco Engineering, the largest independent design and build engineering firm in the US energy efficient...Read More
At Eco Engineering, every time we complete a project, we’ve helped our customer lower their operating costs and improve their visual environment. And we are proud the energy reduction helps preserve the world for future generations.
An Energy Rebate Program, or Energy Credit Incentive Program, typically provides a cash rebate program for customers planning to install new, energy efficient lighting systems. The utilities provide these incentives because their regulators would rather reduce energy usage on the grid than build new power generating facilities.ReadMore
One of the leading reasons companies upgrade their lighting is to save money. Your investment in higher efficiency lighting will deliver returns over future months and years. Eco Engineering maintains its own detailed financial modeling tools based on over twenty years of in-market experience. We can provide investment analytics suchReadMore
Sometimes when a building is bought or sold, the new owner depreciates all the building assets at a single depreciation rate. This means the some of the equipment eligible for faster depreciation – including the lighting system – is being depreciated over ten or fifteen years. Cost segregation is the method used to reclassify assetsReadMore