Energy Planning

Energy Planning

We Understand Energy Planning

Willdan understands your facility, equipment, and the changing landscapes of energy and environmental policies. We can guide your organization in sustainability planning and energy master plan and strategic energy plan development. Our NEO software offers early, advanced mechanical systems modeling and evaluation, setting your project on the most cost-effective course to meet your budget and energy performance goals.

Energy Design Assistance: We meet with your team to tailor your model to your particular needs, goals and budget — in real time.

We offer planning that goes beyond energy use to include risk assessment, technology feasibility studies, and identification of financing options.

Energy and Environmental Economics (E3), a Willdan company, works on high-profile, high-impact projects in jurisdictions that lead in implementing clean energy policy. Founded in 1989, E3 assists utilities, local governments and large energy users with resouce planning and procurement, and a full suite of strategic planning expertise.

Highlighted Projects

Below are notable energy planning projects that Willdan has completed, including each client’s challenges, and our customized solutions.

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California Community Colleges

Sustainability Planning Template

Working in collaboration with Citrus Community College District (CCCD) staff, faculty, and students, Willdan prepared a comprehensive Sustainability Plan Template to be used at Citrus College and other California Community College Districts and campuses. The template serves as a valuable resource for the Community College system. It combines policy guidelines with a detailed implementation plan and specific action items to reduce energy use and greenhouse gas emissions at California community college campuses.

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East Bay Regional Park District

Strategic Energy Plan

Willdan developed a comprehensive Strategic Energy Plan that demonstrated how the East Bay Regional Park District could significantly improve its energy efficiency, generate much of its needed energy on -ite, reduce energy costs, and significantly decrease its greenhouse gas emissions. The plan resulted in the identification and implementation of over $8.3 million in potential energy efficiency and renewable generation projects, including the installation of a 1.16 MW solar photovoltaic RES-BCT carport system with integrated EV charging stations.